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Heating emissions refer to the release of various pollutants into the air during the process of heating buildings. These emissions can have a negative impact on the environment and human health.

During heating, various fuels are burned, such as wood, coal, natural gas, oils or biomass fuels. During the burning of these fuels, greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) are released, which contribute to global warming. In addition, other pollutants such as nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx) and particulate matter (TZL, PM10, PM25) can also be released.

The emission rate depends on the type and efficiency of the heating device. Modern heating systems and boilers with high efficiency and low emissions are designed to minimize emissions while providing efficient heating. The use of renewable energy sources such as solar energy, heat pumps or biomass can significantly reduce heating emissions.

To minimize heating emissions, it is important to choose the right heating system, regularly maintain and service heating equipment, and improve building insulation and temperature regulation. Adherence to environmental regulations and procedures for burning fuels is also important to minimize the negative impact on the environment.

Efforts to reduce heating emissions are part of global efforts to combat climate change and improve air quality. Governments and institutions support the promotion of energy-efficient solutions and renewable energy sources, which contribute to greener and more sustainable heating.

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