It's hot and you're probably not thinking about your wood stove. But if your stove is from 1994 or older it's time to replace it because it's uncertified.  Officials at the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency say now is the time to think about upgrading your wood stove because you can take advantage a program that could give you major rebates or pay for the entire replacement. Mark Edler, Administrative Division Supervisor at the agency says the aim is to reduce pollution in the winter months. "It's time to think about those wood stoves because the funding we have won't last forever."
To see if you're qualified to have your wood stove replaced you can call the clean air agency at 509-834-2050.

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