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Stillwater Neighbors Balk, So Resident's Boiler Banned - Pioneer Press
Stillwater neighbors balk, so resident's boiler bannedPioneer PressStudies show that outdoor wood boilers might emit more than 10 times the fine particulate matter that wood stoves emit because more wood is usually burned ...and more »
East Kootenay Wood Stove Exchange - Valley Echo
East Kootenay wood stove exchangeValley EchoA program has been set up to upgrade wood stoves at a fraction of the cost for the sake of going green. The program is a partnership between Wildsight and ...
Borough's Wood Stove Debate Burns On - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Borough's wood stove debate burns onFairbanks Daily News-MinerOverall, the measure sets limits on the types of solid fuel burning devices, or wood and coal stoves, that can be installed in the borough. ...
Use Of Wood Stoves Becomes Burning Issue In Jefferson Twp. (The Scranton Times-Tribune)
A Lackawanna County judge's recent ruling that bans a Jefferson Twp. couple from using their wood-burning furnace is one example of an issue that is cropping up across the state as residents seek less expensive ways to stay warm. Judge Thomas J. Munley l
Change Out Your Inefficient Old Wood-burning Stove For A Cleaner-burning One ... - Castanet.net
Castanet.netChange out your inefficient old wood-burning stove for a cleaner-burning one ...Castanet.netReplace old wood burning stoves or wood inserts with new,clean-burning high-efficiency units from any participating retailer. Take advantage of the savings ...and more »
Improved Wood Stoves Could Improve Air Quality And Health (Environmental News Network)
Two billion people worldwide do their cooking on open fires, producing sooty pollution that shortens millions of lives and exacerbates global warming. If widely adopted, a new generation of inexpensive, durable cook stoves could go a long way toward alleviating this problem. With a single, concerted initiative, says Lakshman Guruswami, the world could save millions of people in poor nations from ...
Use Of Wood Stoves Became A Burning Issue As Residents Sought Cheaper Ways To Stay Warm (The Scranton Times-Tribune)
A Lackawanna County judge's recent ban on a wood-burning stove in Jefferson Twp. is one example of an issue that cropped up across the state as residents sought less expensive ways to stay warm. Judge Thomas J. Munley last month signed an order calling a
Looking Back At Life In Brighton During The 1930s And 40s - Allston-Brighton TAB
Looking back at life in Brighton during the 1930s and 40sAllston-Brighton TABBack then, we didn't have central heating. Some people used wood stoves. A coal stove heated our house. I remember watching the coal being delivered. ...
Stillwater Neighbors Balk, So Resident's Boiler Banned (Pioneer Press)
After Jeff Shaleen lost his job last year at Andersen Corp. in Bayport, he began looking for ways to cut costs. At the top of his list was his heating bill, which ran about $250 a month in the winter.

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