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Household air pollution
Household air pollution is a mixture of particles and gases resulting from incomplete combustion of fuels used in the home for heating and cooking. The GBD focuses on use of solid fuels (coal, wood, charcoal, dung, peat). In many places, HAP is also a key contributor to ambient air pollution, potentially affecting public health more broadly on national and regional spatial scales.