• http://www.facebook.com/john.rutledge.98 John Rutledge

    Well, maybe we should check the website before we go attacking the President. It seems most woodstoves on the market today ARE EPA certified. You get a rebate when buying one and having it safely installed. EPA certified stoves burn more efficiently using 1/3 less firewood and provide more better heat. They are safer for your health and less likely to cause creosote buildup and fires. With older stoves, if you see smoke, you are wasting wood, endangering your family’s health, and poluting. Seems like commonsense living; no need to go all Big Brother here. Let’s get along.

    • http://www.ice-news.net Editor-in-Chief

      EPA certified, yes. Except, the new EPA regs will change that.