Wood stove exchange program running for another year

The Prince George Air Improvement Roundtable will be offering an incentive to get rid of old smoky wood-burning stoves for another year.

PGAIR is offering a $500 rebate to those who replace them with new emissions-certified wood burning, natural gas or pellet-burning versions.

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Those who need to get a heating unit permit from the Fraser-Fort George Regional District are also eligible for a further $130 rebate.

Application forms can be found at www.pgairquality.com or by phoning 250-612-0252.

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