Archive for February, 2014

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Federal, state interests collide over wood stoves – Columbia Missourian

Friday, February 28th, 2014
WHAT OTHERS SAY: Federal, state interests collide over wood stoves
Columbia Missourian
Specifically, a proposed rule from the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would restrict emissions from new residential wood stoves and heaters. More generally, it raises the question of whether the rule is a governmental intrusion into

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Wood Burning Code Season Ends; Woodstove Rebates Coming – KTVN

Friday, February 28th, 2014
Wood Burning Code Season Ends; Woodstove Rebates Coming
KTVN
The annual residential wood burning color code season ends on February 28. The Washoe County Health District, Air Quality Management Division (AQMD) uses the Keep It Clean – Know the Code – Green, Yellow, Red Burn Code Program and the website 


Changes Coming For Wood Stove Users – WSET

Thursday, February 27th, 2014
Changes Coming For Wood Stove Users
WSET
Roanoke, VA – If you rely on a wood stove for heat , you are going to want to hear about new emissions standards the EPA is working on. Those standards haven't changed in more than 25 years. Across the United States, more than 12 million people rely on 

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Changes Coming For Wood Stove Users

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Roanoke, VA – If you rely on a wood stove for heat , you are going to want to hear about new emissions standards the EPA is working on. Those standards haven’t changed in more than 25 years. Across the United States, more than 12 million people rely on …


EPA Proposes New Regulations on Wood Stoves | WSILTV | Local News – WSIL 3 – WSIL TV

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
EPA Proposes New Regulations on Wood Stoves | WSILTV | Local News – WSIL 3
WSIL TV
CARTERVILLE — The Environmental Protection Agency wants to place new regulations on wood-burning stoves and fireplaces replacing the current guidelines which were adopted in 1988. The EPA claims their new regulations would reduce emissions by 80 


EPA Proposes New Regulations on Wood Stoves – WSIL TV

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
EPA Proposes New Regulations on Wood Stoves
WSIL TV
Wood-burning stoves have been used for hundreds of years to efficiently heat homes with very low fuel costs, but the proposed regulations would reduce newly manufactured wood-burning, or pellet-burning units, by 80 percent over the next five years and 


Rule Changes Could Increase Cost Of Buying Wood Stove – CBS Local

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
Rule Changes Could Increase Cost Of Buying Wood Stove
CBS Local
BOSTON (CBS) – A wood stove can be a wonderful way to stay warm during a long, cold winter. But if you're one of the many New Englanders who plan on using wood for all or part of your home heating, your future costs may be taking a sharp upward turn.


Chief’s Corner: Practicing proper wood, pellet stove safety – Tahoe Daily Tribune

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
Chief's Corner: Practicing proper wood, pellet stove safety
Tahoe Daily Tribune
During the winter months many of us utilize our fireplaces and wood or pellet stoves for indoor heating. Heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires during the winter months. For folks that use wood or pellet stoves, please be cautious


Missouri congressmen oppose EPA wood stove regulations – KTVO

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Missouri congressmen oppose EPA wood stove regulations
KTVO
(AP) — Missouri congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer is urging the federal Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider newly proposed regulations for wood-burning stoves. Luetkemeyer sent a letter Tuesday to the EPA administrator saying the proposed 


Rep. Luetkemeyer asks EPA to reconsider wood stove regulations – KBIA

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Rep. Luetkemeyer asks EPA to reconsider wood stove regulations
KBIA
Missouri congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer is urging the federal Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider newly proposed regulations for wood-burning stoves. Luetkemeyer sent a letter to the EPA Tuesday saying the proposed regulations could