Most of us are now aware of the new Wood Stove Law that went into effect on August 1st, which requires homeowners to remove, destroy and notify DEQ of any uncertified stove at the time of home sale.
Rule-making is now underway to help implement this statute, including procedures for home sellers to verify that stoves have been removed and destroyed and how to submit notification to DEQ. The public has a short window of opportunity give their imput to this process by sending in comments to DEQ. All comments must be received by DEQ by 5:00 pm October 29, 2010.
The comments can be emailed to:email@example.com
or mailed to:
Dept. of Environmental Quality
811 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
or faxed to:
Public Hearings are also being held this month at various locations around the state.
In Portland it is on October 20th, at 6 pm.
DEQ’s headquarters office Conference Room EQC-A, 10th floor
811 6th Ave
If you would like to know more about the wood stove law, DEQ’s web-site is a good source of information. You can also contact me about holding a 1-hour class on the subject at your office. (503) 542-7711 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Pellet Wood Stove- Eco-Friendly and Best Heating System for Home (brighthub.com)
- Heating Your Home (homeownersinsurance.org)
- Wood burning house heater (hackaday.com)
- Pellet Heat Gaining Traction as Viable Renewable Home Energy (prweb.com)
- How to Use a Wood Burning Stove (brighthub.com)
- Secondary Combustion Systems for Wood Stoves (brighthub.com)
- Eco Stove Sheds Light on Energy Alternatives (designmind.frogdesign.com)