Goodbye house coal? Government sets out plans for cleaner stoves

Madeleine Cuff
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Goodbye house coal? Government sets out plans for cleaner stoves

Ministers plan to cut air pollution by phasing out house coal, enforcing new emission limits, and curbing sale of wet wood for home stoves

Burning house coal could soon become a thing of the past in the UK, under new government plans to clean up the home heating sector which were released last week. In an effort to reduce air pollution...

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