In practice this means that in a smoke control area it isillegalto burn house coal or wood in an open fire, although it is legal to burn it in a stove or other appliance that has been approved to burn that fuel.
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Is it safe to burn coal in your home?
Restrictions on the sale of coal, wet wood and manufactured solid fuels for burning in the home have come into force from today (1 May). Burning at home, particularly with traditional house coal or wet wood, is a major source of the pollutant PM2.5 鈥?tiny particles which can enter the bloodstream and lodge in lungs and other organs.
What happens when coal is burned?
When coal burns, it emits carbon dioxide and other gases. The burning process begins with a spark from the flint-wheel of a fuel igniter or an ember in a firebox within a stove. As the wood heats up, oxygen enters through air vents to help burn hot enough for heat production.
What is the best way to burn coal?
Advises that the most efficient way to burn coal is by using a grate and allowing air to pass underneath Recommends applying small quantities at a time in order for it to smother the fire before burning up completely. Choosing the right size of Coal for your Stove is very important.
Can you really put coal in a wood stove?
You may be asking yourself 鈥淐an you really put coal in a wood stove?鈥?Well, the answer to that question is yes! Yes, if done properly and safely both you and your home will come out unscathed. Let me show you how below: