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|Main Title||Strategies for reducing residential wood smoke /|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.|
|Publisher||Outreach and Information Division, Air Quality Planning Division, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Additional Subjects||Wood smoke ; Air pollution ; Residential heating ; Voluntary programs ; Wood stoves ; Fireplaces ; Funding ; Emission reductions ; Resisdential heating|
|Collation||30 p. ; 28 cm.|
This document was written for state, local and tribal air pollution control officials to have a comprehensive list of strategies to help communities reduce wood smoke from residential heating. It provides education and outreach tools, information on regulatory approaches to reduce wood smoke, as well as voluntary programs to change out old, inefficient wood stoves and fireplaces. It includes EPA federal actions like rule making that are being considered and/or implemented to help communities address residential wood smoke throughout the United States. In addition, this document includes possible approaches for funding change out programs, methods for calculating potential emission reductions, and the basic components of a wood smoke reduction plan for fine particles in areas where wood smoke is of concern.
"EPA-456/B-09-001". "October 29, 2009".
I. Introduction -- II. Education and outreach -- III. Regulatory programs -- IV. Voluntary programs -- V. Funding mechanisms -- VI. Partnerships -- VII. Emissions and air quality improvements -- VII. Other tools -- IX. Summary.