Talk:Flue gas emissions from fossil fuel combustion

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 Definition Discussion and listing of the comparative amounts of flue gas (exhaust gas) generated by the combustion of coal, fuel oil and natural gas. [d] [e]
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Wikipedia has an article of the same name

I was the originator and the main contributor of the Wikipedia article. I made a few changes before transferribg it here as CZ article. Milton Beychok 15:45, 6 March 2008 (CST)

Name length?

Bit of a long name, eh? How about just plain old Flue gas emissions? (And if there are any which aren't from fossil fuels, cover them too...?) J. Noel Chiappa 16:03, 6 March 2008 (CST)

There are just too many other fuels. To name but a few: wood, biomass of many types, municipal waste, petroleum coke and other cokes ... all of which have their own unique emissions. Trying to discuss them all would be way beyond my capabilities. Sometimes a bit longer name is needed. But thanks for the thought. - Milton Beychok 18:33, 6 March 2008 (CST)
Ah, got it. But that leads to another thought... I wonder if this article isn't a bit too specialized for an encyclopaedia? Hmmm... too tired to think this through, need to ponder it for a bit. J. Noel Chiappa 21:31, 6 March 2008 (CST)