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Posted on: September 6, 2016

White Plains Reaches First Milestone In Phasing Out The Use Of The Dirtiest Fuel Oils

With the passage of this legislation, White Plains became the first municipality in Westchester County to take this proactive approach.

Fuel oils # 6 and # 4 pose a health risk to those who live in and immediately around the buildings where they are burned and can exacerbate conditions such as asthma. They are bad for the environment, particularly # 6, because when burned they release fine particles that contain high levels of nickel, sulfur and other pollutants into the air. Changing over to a cleaner burning fuel, such as # 2 oil or natural gas also makes economic sense. Conversions have shown a reasonable timetable for return on investment as well as long term fuel cost savings

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