Envirofit Clean Cookstove Photo Gallery Safer kitchens in the developing world Published Oct 28, 2008 12:47 AM Uncategorized SHARE Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 1 Envirofit’s Clean Cookstove, for use in the developing world, cuts deadly smoke and carbon-monoxide emissions by 80 percent. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 2 The stove’s precisely measured opening lets in the right amount of air for efficient burning. Because of that, it needs only half as much fuel as ordinary stoves or fires. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 3 It can be purchased inexpensively in hundreds of villages in India. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 4 The stove can burn traditional biomass fuels, such as the wood and coconut shells shown here. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 5 The Clean Cookstove is meant to replace traditional open fires, such as those above, which burn fuel incompletely–producing dangerous indoor air pollution. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 6 Developed by Envirofit.org in collaboration with engineers at Colorado State University, the Clean Cookstove was tested in labs to ensure that it reduced emissions. Envirofit Clean Cookstove Image 7 Other models, such as this two-burner stove, are on the way. Best of What's New MORE TO READ RELATED What actually happens to the clothes you donate depends on where you live It depends on where you live, but many thrift stores and other donation programs can divert even the most tattered items from the landfill. READ NOW RELATED Frozen Siberian microbes just woke up from a 24,000-year nap—and immediately got busy The microscopic organisms wasted no time cloning themselves. RELATED Enjoy clinical-grade facial at home with this anti-aging tool bundle, 13 percent off Dr. Pen works just like a magic wand.