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Montreal Islanders, don’t miss your chance this summer to participate in the Feu vert woodstove and fireplace changeout program. It may qualify you for a financial incentive of up to $900. “Summer is renovation time – the ideal time to get rid of your old wood-heating appliances and replace them with less polluting alternatives,” says Isabelle St-...
From February 2 to 5, Feu vert, the woodstove and fireplace changeout program for the island of Montreal, will have a kiosk at the City & Suburb HomeShow at the Olympic Stadium. Feu vert representatives will be there to: help you figure out if you qualify for the program raise awareness about the impacts of wood burning on air quality and health Stop by at booth...
Événement - 31 January 2012 - Tag : Air quality, Housing, Partners Activities, Wood-burning appliances
There's only one problem with a romantic evening in front of a wood fire: air pollution. When wood burns, dozens of hazardous tozins are released into the air, including fine particles, carbon monoxide, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds.  These substances – some of which may be mutagenic or carcinogenic or both – have been linked...
Actualité - 31 January 2012 - Tag : Air quality, Organization, Wood-burning appliances