2012 Feb. 2: A Burning Question: Wood Pollution | Moms Clean Air Force

2012 Feb. 2: A Burning Question: Wood Pollution | Moms Clean Air Force
Outdated outdoor wood boilers (OWB) have been identified as a significant source of particle pollution. Older OWB can emit more than 70 grams of particle
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One Response to 2012 Feb. 2: A Burning Question: Wood Pollution | Moms Clean Air Force

  1. Web Host says:

    Invitation: Given the proven risks to public health and the complete false claims of Certified EPA wood heating appliances, It is imperative to stand firm against this harmful smoke pollution.
    Having been determined to bring the issue to the forefront in Montreal, CitizensForEnvironmentalHealth.com is pleased to share the developments. We are witnessing some significant changes. Significant Steps Forward include:
    Regulations prohibiting installation ofEPA Certified as well as change out financial support to switch to gas or electricity. Some cities have ordered the removal of all wood stoves.
    With public safety at risk and vulnerable children breathing smoke 22000 breaths a day, ‘ health is a serious concern.
    With the six million dollars awarded to ” Clean the air of dirty diseased smoke” we are going to eventually win this war against this avoidable toxic air waste. Visit http://www.citizensfeh.com.
    Courage! Regards, Web host. http://www.citizensforenvironmentalhealth.com

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