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spiffy: use a rocket stove mass heater

 
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This thread follows the format laid out by the spiffy thread.

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Please use just one link per post. Please use the "thumbs up" for the posts you like the most. Please take discussion to other threads, this thread is just for links and a quick description of the links.
 
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Using a rocket stove mass heater instead of natural gas heating can cut CO2 emissions by 90%

Gobs of information on the benefits of a rocket stove mass heaters here:

richsoil rocket stove mass heater article
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I agree. Here's the link: http://stoves2.com
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