Variable hc6 : Type of fuel using for cooking
Valid case(s): 2680
Source of information
Head of household or other responsible household member
|2||Liquid propane gas (LPG)|
|11||Agricultural crop residue|
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
What is the main cooking fuel of your household?
Record the code corresponding to the answer given. Remember that this question asks about fuel for cooking, not fuel for heating or lighting. If the household uses more than one fuel for cooking, find out which type of fuel is used most often. If electricity, liquid propane gas (LPG), natural gas, or biogas is mainly used, record '01', '02', '03', or '04', respectively, and skip to HC8. If any fuel other than the pre-coded ones is reported as being the main fuel used for cooking, circle '96' and specify the type of fuel on the line provided. Definitions of some of the types of fuel are as follows: 'Biogas' includes gases produced by fermenting manure in an enclosed pit. 'Lignite' is a derivative of coal that produces more smoke when burned but produces less heat than coal.