2011 Nov. 1: CA Lodi (San Joaquin Valley): Research before you burn

2011 Nov. 1: CA Lodi (San Joaquin Valley): Research before you burn
Lodi News-Sentinel
Residential woodburning can release airborne particulates and pollute the surrounding area. As a result, the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District has entered its ninth season of regulating wood burning in residential zones.
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Seasonal burning restrictions begin
Merced Sun-Star
Check Before You Burn, which runs from November through February each winter, determines when residential woodburning will add dangerous levels of particulate matter — tiny pieces of soot, ash, dust and other materials — to the Valley’s air,
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Burning Curtailment Season Begins Today
MarketWatch (press release)
Use manufactured firelogs, like duraflame®, instead of wood; A firelog produces 70 percent less particulate emissions than an equivalent duration wood fire. If burning wood, use only dry, seasoned cordwood (dried for at least six months with less than
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