Godin Smoke Controlled
The Clean Air Acts of 1956 and 1968 introduced Smoke Control Areas in order to combat the growing issue of pollution caused by domestic and industrial emissions. These areas are predominantly centred around large towns and cities and local authorities will only allow heating appliances that demonstrate particularly clean combustion, or insist on the use of authorised smokeless fuels. For more information visit the DEFRA website.
Whether you live in a Smoke Control Area or not, we would recommend buying a stove with the best emissions performance you can. Reduced emissions and energy efficiency often go hand-in-hand, and will ensure that your new stove is as clean and economical to run as possible.
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