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Interview Opportunity: Can clean air and wood stoves co-exist?

Wednesday, November 19th 2008 10:43:02am

Interview Opportunity
Can clean air and wood stoves co-exist?


John Gulland, Director of the Wood Heat Policy Institute


Mr. Gulland is available to speak to the following points:

• Are wood burning stove bans necessary?
• What is the difference between good wood burning (no smoke) and bad wood burning (lots of smoke)?
• Why aren't the federal and provincial governments doing more to support good wood burning?

For more information, and to schedule interviews, please contact:

Tina Siegel
Phone: 416.972.7404

The Wood Heat Policy Institute (WHPI) supports the public interest in wood heating and advocates for the responsible use of this important renewable energy resource. WHPI is a source of credible information and analysis of wood heating related issues. It also supports government and non-governmental organizations in policy development related to wood heating. The Institute is an outreach initiative of the Wood Heat Organization (WHO). WHO has provided independent, non-commercial advice to householders interested in the use of wood heat since 1996.