||Residential wood combustion study. Task 2B, Household information survey.
||Green (Del) Associates, Inc., Woodburn, OR. Environmental Technology Div.;Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, WA. Region X.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Air & Waste Management Division,
||EPA 910/9-82-089d; EPA-68-02-3566
Fuelwood--Environmental aspects--United States.
Residential buildings ;
Air pollution ;
Combustion products ;
Heating systems ;
Aromatic polycyclic hydrocarbons ;
Trace elements ;
Chemical analysis ;
Carbon 14 ;
Air quality ;
Pacific northwest region(United States) ;
Air pollution sampling ;
Air pollution detection ;
Wood burning furnaces ;
Chemical mass balance ;
Wood stoves ;
Indoor air pollution
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Surveys on residential wood combustion practices were conducted in the metropolitan areas of Portland, Oregon, and Seattle and Spokane, Washington, in the spring of 1981. These surveys were part of the Residential Wood Combustion study investigating various aspects of the air pollution impact associated with increasing residential wood burning in the Pacific Northwest. The two major goals were to gather specific data on woodburning activities during February 1981, as well as to gather general data on woodburning practices. The interest in woodburning activity during February was because temporary air monitoring stations were operated in the survey areas during that period. Each survey area was selected to include a one-mile square area around the air monitoring stations, so that the survey information could be correlated to the ambient data. The results of this ambient monitoring study are reported under Task 1 of this project PB84-170570. The survey results are summarized in this report, with the data presented in chart form. The survey methodology, the statistical analyses performed, and the problems encountered are discussed.
"February 1984." "EPA 910/9-82-089d."