New DEQ Requirements for Woodstoves in Josephine County, Oregon

New DEQ Requirements for Woodstoves in Josephine County, OregonNew DEQ Requirements for Woodstoves in Josephine County, Oregon.  The Oregon Legislature signed Senate Bill 102 into law requiring the removal of any uncertified woodstove from a home when it is sold.  Residential wood burning is a significant source of air pollution, including fine particulate and air toxics.  Beginning August 1, 2010, if you are selling a home with an uncertified woodstove, you will be required to remove this device from a home.

Residents of Deschutes County, Jackson County, Klamath County, and the cities of Bend and Medford Oregon currently have regulations that require homeowners to remove a non-certified solid fuel heating device when a home is sold.  If you are a resident of these areas, please check with your local agency to determine what requirements apply to you.

For More Details Visit:  http://www.deq.state.or.us/aq/burning/woodstoves/heatSmart.htm

 

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Comment balloon 1 commentMelinda (Mel) Peterson • June 29 2010 05:31PM
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