Resources

Duraflame Hot Savings, Print Coupon
Cleaner Burning Solutions

Air Now Local Air Quality Index

Burn Wise, Information and Ways to Burn Wisely

Alliance for Green Heat.  Solutions and Technology for Efficient Burning.  Clean Renewable and Local

Clean Air World, Directory of Governmental Air Agencies

Chimney Safety Institute of America.  Locate a CSIA certified Chimney Sweep.




Burning Pellet Fuel in Pellet Stoves produces the least emissions.

Pellet fuel is a renewable home heating fuel alternative generally made by compressing recycled wood waste or other biomass products into pellets the size of pencil erasers.
  • To burn pellet fuel, you need to have a pellet stove or insert that is specifically designed to burn pellets.
  • Pellet stoves produce low levels of particulate emissions because they burn so efficiently and the fuel is dense.
  • Thermal conversion of pellets has an efficiency level of approximately 80%.*
  • For more information on pellet fuel, visit the Pellet Fuels Institute website.
*Source: Pellet Fuels Institute


Bay Area Air Quality Management District

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency

Northwest Clean Air Agency

State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Olympic Region Clean Air Agency

Maricopa Country Air Quality Department

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Idaho Department of Environmental Quality

City of Albuquerque No Burn Program

Utah Department of Environmental Quality