gas stoves

This article is the collaborative work of Warren Kindzierski, Stan Young, and John Dunn ACSH has written previously on this topic.
  “Kill Your Gas Stove. It’s bad for you, and the environment. If you can afford to avoid it, you probably should." 
"Clean cooking is commonly defined as cooking with fuels and stove combinations that meet the standards set by the World Health Organization’s Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality.”
Clean air is essentially a negative; it results from everyone not polluting.
The study involved 20 households in a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) building slated for electrification from February to July last year.
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The politicians have weighed in, from Senator Booker writing to the CPSC,