Article By : EPUK Air Quality Committee
March 29, 2007
Air Quality,Information Brochures

Please be aware this guide is from 2007 and is in the process of being updated.

In common with other combustion appliances, emissions from biomass boilers and combined heat andpower systems should be managed to ensure potential air quality impacts are controlled. Management ofcombustion appliances can include product and fuel standards, emissions abatement equipment,regulatory controls and/ or planning controls to restrict where certain appliances can be installed. Thisguidance aims to help local authorities understand and manage emissions from biomass combustion, witha focus on the most common biomass fuel – wood.

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