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Old Posted Oct 8, 2019, 5:08 AM
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A cleaner energy more accurately. From a short term pollution point of view, it emits no SOX, NOX, or other smog forming emissions and no particulate matter during the burning of natural gas.

I think we often (in the developed world) view air pollution in terms of climate change when a lot of the world and geographies still battle smog and particulate matter.
According to the city of Berkeley, natural gas appliances account for 27 percent of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions.
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