UCLA School of Public Health Releases “Effects of Residential Gas Appliances on Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality and Public Health in California”

The UCLA School of Public Health has released a report titled, “Effects of Residential Gas Appliances on Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality and Public Health in California.” Based originally on a study, it assesses the additional indoor and outdoor air pollution impacts of residential gas appliances on health effects as well as investigates the benefits of residential electrification.

For more information, and to view the report, click here.

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