safety & health
Again we see each of the methods have their strengths and weaknesses. Most of these, at least in a superficial sense, happen to be more concerned with organizational aspects than with technical considerations of design and manufacture. Yet it has to be realized that a better organizational backdrop provides the designer much more elbow room for introducing design complexities that lead to a better and cheaper product. In this connection the following two approaches that can overcome some of the disadvantages of the different choices in the table are worth considering.
These ideas are not being suggested as brand new (see for example Khosla, 1985) but if one needs to reach the numbers of stoves indicated earlier these practices need to be pursued with more vigour.