Archive for September, 2011

A day at farm/fair is memorable for some of us | Latte Guy | Sept. 30 – PNW Local News

Friday, September 30th, 2011
A day at farm/fair is memorable for some of us | Latte Guy | Sept. 30
PNW Local News
Besides not eating fried food and not purchasing a hot tub or a wood stove, we saw a lot of animals and almost as many teenage 4-H volunteers. Who knew there were so many varieties of horses, goats and sheep, not to mention poultry, rabbits and Guinea


Getting Ready For Cold Snap – WCYB

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Getting Ready For Cold Snap
WCYB
Cooper tells us you should get your fireplace or a wood stove inspected once a year and cleaned out if necessary. "It's always good to get them checked out. I have pulled out a lot of stuff from birds, would have kept them from drawing, also wasps,


Wood- burning stoves are popular – Vineland Daily Journal

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Wood– burning stoves are popular
Vineland Daily Journal
From growing trees to chopping your own wood, using a wood stove is a clear-cut way to provide a basic necessity for your family." Speaking of growing some things, there are possibilities that don't require the space of a large backyard.

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Proposition 2 error – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Proposition 2 error
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
crosses the adjacent property line and is 35 micrograms per cubic meter or greater than the surrounding neighborhood background PM 2.5 levels. It goes on to list the fines of $100 to $400 with no warning that you'll receive from using your wood STOVE.

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Wood stove smoke-scrubber gets mixed reviews in Fairbanks – Anchorage Daily News

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Wood stove smoke-scrubber gets mixed reviews in Fairbanks
Anchorage Daily News
Opponents of a Fairbanks borough ballot proposition that would ban outdoor wood and coal boilers in the city center are backing a device that would cut smoke emissions. But tests of the device show it's not yet an effective pollution solution,
Funding is about equal on both sides of the Proposition 2 wood stove debate Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

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Southbury police investigate 2 burglaries – Waterbury Republican American

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Southbury police investigate 2 burglaries
Waterbury Republican American
A homeowner on Pomperaug Trail reported a wood stove and freezer were taken from her home sometime between Sept. 19 and 23, police said. A mid-size pickup truck driven by a middle-aged white male may have been used to transport the items from the home.

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Europe’s first biomass exchange to open in November – Reuters

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Reuters
Europe's first biomass exchange to open in November
Reuters
A customer at Black Magic Chimney and Fireplace holds a handful of wood pellets for a stove at the store in Cambridge, Massachusetts July 10, 2008. AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Europe's first exchange for trading wood pellets, used to replace coal in

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Interiors: Wood-burning stoves back in style – Evansville Courier & Press

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Interiors: Wood-burning stoves back in style
Evansville Courier & Press
From growing trees to chopping your own wood, using a wood stove is a clear-cut way to provide a basic necessity for your family." Speaking of growing some things, there are possibilities that don't require the space of a large backyard.

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Funding is about equal on both sides of the Proposition 2 wood stove debate – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Funding is about equal on both sides of the Proposition 2 wood stove debate
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
by Matt Buxton / mbuxton@newsminer.com FAIRBANKS — As the political battle over Fairbanks' air quality enters its final stretch, the latest financial reports released this week show the groups battling over Proposition 2 are even when it comes to


Dry wood? – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Dry wood?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Using the borough's change-out program, I replaced my non-conforming wood stove with a new EPA approved efficient unit. During the learning process on using my new stove, I took samples of my firewood to the wood stove dealer and had them checked for

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