Chimneys can serve many purposes, but what’s good about them is their cleanliness.
According to a study published by the Israeli-based Institute of Science and Technology of Israel (ISIOI), when properly maintained, chimney pipes can remove harmful pollutants from the air, improve the health of air quality in the surrounding area, reduce the risk of asthma attacks, and help people with respiratory diseases.
They can also be a source of income for businesses and individuals.
Chimney pipes are also an important part of a home, as they can provide a home with fresh air and prevent mold and mildew growth.
The researchers evaluated the effects of chimneys on human health and the environment using various data sets, including air quality, carbon dioxide and methane levels.
They found that in Israel, there were some 10,000 households with chimneys.
According a 2014 study by the Israel Institute for Science and Industry, over 70 percent of Israelis live in areas that have at least one chimney.
While some of the studies have been conducted in a limited space of time, the ISIOI researchers said that their research suggests that these structures can play a significant role in the health and environment.
For example, the study concluded that it was possible to improve air quality by reducing the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the air by chimneys through ventilation systems.
“This study suggests that the use of chimney systems for air purification, cooling and ventilation can provide some positive impacts on the air quality,” the researchers wrote.
“A significant amount of research is being carried out to understand how to utilize these types of systems in the future.”
According to the study, the majority of households have at most one chimey.
In order to use a chimney, the person who lives in it needs to be at least 20 centimeters tall.
The chimney has to be installed by the owner of the property and the homeowner needs to sign a consent document.
According the study authors, the cost for the installation is usually between 50 and 200 shekels (about $7 and $20).
As long as the chimney is kept in a well-ventilated area, there is a chance that the methane produced will escape and contaminate the air.
If the methane leaks, it can then contribute to the creation of toxic gases that can cause asthma attacks or lead to respiratory problems.
Some of the researchers suggested that if the owners of the home did not comply with the requirements for the chimneys installed, they could be held liable.
However, there are some practical ways to improve the quality of the air in a home.
The ISIOII researchers found that people with asthma have more trouble breathing when they live in places where the chimnys are not installed.
“The main source of this is the exhaust from the chimny,” said Dr. Avital Rabinovitz, an ISIO IITI researcher and the study’s lead author.
“So, we suggest that the owners should install a mask and masking devices to make their homes breathe better.”