A wood-burning stove( or wood burner ) is a heating appliance capable of
burning wood fuel and wood-derived biomass fuel, such as wood pellets.
The wood is utilised in the best way when the draught control is fully open and
the flames are intense. That will also reduce pollution, because gas particles are
Aug 21, 2009 ... Wood smoke is one of the main sources of air pollution in Washington. Wood
stoves, fireplaces, and other wood burning devices put out ...
These were the days when a wood stove would deliver a net overall efficiency in
the 25 - 35 % range and banking was necessary to get them to burn more than ...
The kind of stove you buy, where you locate it in your house, the wood you
choose, where you buy your wood, and burning techniques — these all
Smart Wood Stove Burning Practices. Choosing a Fuel. Air-dried hardwood —
seasoned for a year — is the best cord wood fuel. In B.C. though, people mainly ...
Jan 10, 2014 ... If the stove is modern and EPA certifed and properly installed, then the
particulates are ... Alex Wilson's dogs like the wood burning stove.
Woodstove operators can control air pollution from wood smoke and improve a
stove's performance by learning to use the stove properly and burning correct ...
Jan 5, 2010 ... Burning wood efficiently will reduce pollution, minimize health risks, and give ... In
residential areas, wood stoves and fireplaces contribute the ...
Then it is really down to how you light and use the stove once it is going. This
page deals with how to light a wood fire in a woodburning or log burning stove, ...