February 13, 2012 on: Environment, General

The Clean Air Project of Millennium Challenge Account – Energy and Environment Project is working to reduce air pollution of Ulaanbaatar by making buildings more energy efficient, by improving insulation in Ger district homes, and by promoting the use of energy efficient stoves.

So far the clear favorite is Royal Ocean’s “Dul” model. People prefer the “Dul” because it is easy to set up and can be used with a traditional Mongolian cooking pot. But because the “Dul” is not as widely available, long lines often form at stores where it is sold. The companies have supplied 50,000 stoves to residents of five districts of the capital so far. If a typical household has four or five family members, the project is serving about 200,000 citizens. Employees of the companies selling the stoves give customers safety advice and lessons on how to use the stoves. They also get feedback from customers who have used the stoves. Therefore, the number of people using the stoves improperly or unsafely is reduced. Also, the companies are cooperating with state organizations, the Clean Air Project, and the Clean Air Fund to organize a public-awareness campaign to teach people how to use the stoves properly.   Please note that this article and / or its accompanying media (picture, video, sound files etc…) has not been written, created or taken by M.A.D. Investment Solutions staff. It is not copyrighted to M.A.D. Investment Solutions nor does the company claim any ownership or rights towards the content and its accompanying media. The above article does not in any case represent the views or opinions of M.A.D. Investment Solutions or any of its affiliate individuals or companies. The article above is purely meant as a source of information to readers and does not constitute a legal or biding agreement in any way, shape or form. Ownership of the content and its accompanying media remains with its legal owner or contributor but was sourced from Public Domain sources. If you are the owner of this content or its media and would like it replaced or taken out of our website, please contact us on: info@mad-mongolia.com. For contact and comments directly relating to the above article and or its accompanying media, please refer to the source as stated below.

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