Archive for October, 2012

Fischer making series of stops around the state – KTIC

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Fischer making series of stops around the state
KTIC
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Officials say wood stove likely cause of North Pole-area fire – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Officials say wood stove likely cause of North Pole-area fire
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
A wood stove probably caused the fire, based on the location of the flames when firefighters arrived, Chief Jeff Tucker said. North Star sent seven vehicles and 16 people to the fire. Fort Wainwright Fire Department provided mutual aid. Contact staff


Wood fire ban, leaf pickup start Thursday in Chico – Enterprise-Record

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
Wood fire ban, leaf pickup start Thursday in Chico
Enterprise-Record
Newer stoves approved by the federal Environmental Protection Agency can be used. Manufactured fire logs that burn cleaner are also OK. Gas stoves are exempt. If the fireplace or wood stove is the sole source of heat in a home, it is exempt from the ban.


No-burn season is just around the corner – Merced Sun-Star

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
No-burn season is just around the corner
Merced Sun-Star
Before firing up a wood burning stove, the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District asks residents to check at www.valleyair.org/aqinfo/WoodBurnPage.htm. Depending on air quality forecasts, the air district prohibits residential wood burning

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Pierce Co. residents can trade old wood stoves for environmentally friendly ones – Northwest Cable News

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Pierce Co. residents can trade old wood stoves for environmentally friendly ones
Northwest Cable News
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency says smoke from wood stoves is the source for more than half of the pollution in Pierce County. It's almost as harmful as second hand smoke. The bad air is the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department's biggest concern


Pierce Co. residents can trade old wood stoves for environmentally firendly ones – Northwest Cable News

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Pierce Co. residents can trade old wood stoves for environmentally firendly ones
Northwest Cable News
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency says smoke from wood stoves is the source for more than half of the pollution in Pierce County. It's almost as harmful as second hand smoke. The bad air is the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department's biggest concern


Wood stove causes Roanoke house fire – WSLS

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Wood stove causes Roanoke house fire
WSLS
Roanoke City Fire-EMS responded very early this morning to a home on Tomi Lane and found fire in the basement, ceiling, and around the flue of a wood stove. Investigators believe the flue fire contributed to an estimated $7,000 in damage to the home.
Crews Control House Fire in Roanoke, No Injuries WSET

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Strong winds cause fire at local service station – Morganton News Herald

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Strong winds cause fire at local service station
Morganton News Herald
According the Burke County Fire Marshal's Office, strong winds caused gas vapors to come into contact with a wood stove at a service station in Rutherford College Tuesday morning, sparking a flash fire and causing considerable damage to the structure


Residential wood-burning rules start Thursday – Modesto Bee

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Residential wood-burning rules start Thursday
Modesto Bee
1 through Feb. 28, heating with wood is restricted or banned when fine particulated pollution is high. The region has managed to meet federal particulate standards, partly because of the burning restrictions. The rules apply to fireplaces, wood stoves

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Wood stove causes house fire the first time it was lit this season – WSLS

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Wood stove causes house fire the first time it was lit this season
WSLS
Roanoke City Fire-EMS responded very early this morning to a home on Tomi Lane and found fire in the basement, ceiling, and around the flue of a wood stove. Investigators believe the flue fire contributed to an estimated $7,000 in damage to the home.
Crews Control House Fire in Roanoke, No Injuries WSET

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