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July 30, 2008

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Wood Stove Accessories

Agreed, if you do burn wood, it needs to be clean would with no chemicals. And the newer EPA approved stoves and inserts are amazingly efficient, reducing pollutants by as much as 90 percent. The new ones usually have an upper burner that reburns the smoke and gases and significantly reduces the pollution. They also provide longer heating with less wood because they control the burning process. A pellet stove is even more efficient but then you couldn't use scavanged wood.

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