Gas and Charcoal BBQs have been a staple of backyard grilling for decades, but are these power tools enough to keep harmful pollutants from going into the atmosphere and adding to our environmental concerns? Yes, gas BBQs emit fewer greenhouse gasses than charcoal (though it’s worth mentioning that those numbers vary depending on the type of gas BBQ). Besides that, gas smokers are cleaner because they generate less smoke. Despite being much quieter than their charcoal counterparts, these heaters still release low-level pollutants like nitrogen oxides and particulates. What Exactly Are Greenhouse Gasses? Greenhouse gases, otherwise known as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrousRead More →