Frequently Asked Questions: Spokane Solid Fuel Burning Devices Rule and a Required Revision to the State Implementation Plan
Frequently Asked Questions: Spokane Solid Fuel Burning Devices Rule and a Required Revision to the State Implementation Plan (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 228KB)
|Description||Ecology is accepting public comment on a proposed State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision. The revision incorporates Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency’s (SRCAA) current rule on solid fuel burning devices (like wood stoves, fireplaces, pellet stoves, and masonry heaters) into Washington’s SIP. Ecology must submit this revision to EPA for approval. This document addresses some frequently asked questions about the proposed revision.|
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