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Wood stove grant applications due by May 10

The Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency has been helping residents replace older, polluting stoves with newer, efficient ones.

Wood smoke levels creating unhealthy air

Unhealthy levels of pollution from wood smoke are expected in Spokane County this evening, according to the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency.

Grant will address wood smoke pollution in Silver Valley

Reducing pollution from wood smoke in Idaho’s Silver Valley is the focus of a $2.48 million federal grant.

Wood smoke threatens Spokane air quality

Jon McCauley can tell you when air pollution is bad. His lungs tighten, his fatigue worsens.

Properly burning wood stove should produce little smoke

Fir and larch logs blazed in a wood stove as Fred Hauer summarized techniques for a clean, hot-burning fire. He starts by lighting sawdust and paraffin nuggets. When they’re burning, …

Feds cracking down on wood smoke

The Department of Environmental Quality in Idaho recently completed a grant program to purchase 45 noncertified stoves in Pinehurst, Idaho, as part of its broader efforts to clean up North …

Wood smoke taken seriously

Bill and Phyllis King of Spokane have a fireplace, but like a lot of homeowners, they have converted it to burn natural gas instead. They also have a wood stove. …