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Buying or selling a wood-burning device in Washington: What you need to know

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08-02-09October 2018
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Author(s) Kim Vaughn
Description Washington State has strict laws about wood stoves and other wood burning devices. Not every wood stove that is sold in other states can be sold here. This brochure should help you know which wood burning devices can be sold legally in Washington.
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Keywords pellet, Air quality standards, wood smoke, wood stove

Focus on: Wood Stove Emissions Standards and Fee