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Burn Bright Burn Right

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June 24, 2014

The District hopes to again re-open the Burn Bright Burn Right Wood Stove Replacement Program in the fall of 2014; however a date has not yet been set. Please monitor this webpage for updates and information. Participation for this program will be advertised when it becomes available; so please stay tuned.

Some things to keep in mind:

  • Only non-EPA Phase II Certified wood burning stoves, inserts, and fireplaces will be eligible for upgrades towards a gas, pellet, or EPA Phase II Certified Appliance.
  • Funding will be first come first serve until it runs out. Information on participation and when the funding is available will be posted on this site.
  • Vouchers are not retroactive for previously purchased heating appliances.
  • Due to funding source requirements, only home owners, with permanent residences within the Placer County portion of the Lake Tahoe Air Basin only, will be considered for vouchers. It is not expected that funding for other portions of Placer County will be available.
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