How to "Burn Right" When Heating With Wood

The Jericho Energy Task Force recently hosted a meeting which discussed ways to burn wood more efficiently. Home heating is one of the top two sources for air pollution in Vermont (the other is transportation). If you can, replace your current wood stove (federal and state rebates are available!) with an EPA rated model, however even if you can't, these tips will reduce emissions from your current stove and save you money.

For additional details, including rebate resources, and step-by-step instructions to build a "top down fire" click here:

To learn how to reduce emissions, and save money by burning less wood watch a short video published by Burn Right Vermont here:

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