Burning of certain materials

Burning of certain materials such as cable wires, plastic and electronics can lead to the generation of unintentional POPs

How to prevent Burning of certain materials

  • Avoid burning of copper cables and direct inhalation of emissions
  • Reduce the use of biomass stoves (e.g. open fire pits, earth ovens, and wood-burning stoves and ovens) to prepare meals and opt for cleaner more efficient options such as liquified petroleum gas (LPG), electric stoves or methane stoves to avoid inhalation of contaminants
  • (iii) Do not

Burning of certain materials AUDIENCES


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