Woodsmoke in Oregon
|Title:||Woodsmoke in Oregon: House Bill 3068 (2015) interim report to Legislature.|
|Alternative Title:||House Bill 3068 (2015) interim report to Legislature.|
|Alternative Title:||Woodsmoke in Oregon: HB 3068 (2015) interim report to Legislature.|
|Alternative Title:||Woodsmoke in Oregon - interim report to Legislature (House Bill 3068).|
Oregon Legislative Assembly,, addressee.
Oregon Air Quality Division,, issuing body.
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (ii, 33 pages) : color illustrations, color map
Title from PDF cover (viewed on February 24, 2016).
This report responds to House Bill 3068 (2015), which directs DEQ to conduct a study and develop recommendations for legislation to reduce woodstove smoke in Oregon, particularly in communities where attainment of the national air quality standards is a concern. The bill also directs DEQ to explore options for transitioning from older, high polluting woodstoves to cleaner burning home heating alternatives including non-wood heating systems and for reducing the cost of using woodstove alternatives for home heating during poor air quality days. Additionally, the bill directs DEQ to explore the use and production of residential biomass fuel.
Includes bibliographical references.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Stoves, Wood -- Government policy -- Oregon
Stoves, Wood -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon
Smoke -- Government policy -- Oregon
Smoke -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon
Biomass energy -- Government policy -- Oregon
|Held by:||Oregon State Library|
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