Wood Smoke Team: Clean Air Minnesota
Why Wood Smoke?
Many Minnesota residents and small businesses utilize wood burning as a primary heat source, creating wood smoke as a result. Wood smoke can have serious health and environmental effects over time. Swapping out just one old, outdated wood stove for a new, more energy-efficient model is the pollution reduction equivalent of removing over 700 cars from the road per year.
Clean Air Minnesota’s wood smoke team is working to maximize emission reduction opportunities from wood burning sources through a pilot wood stove exchange program, information sharing, outreach and education.
Contact Alli Mueller at 612-334-3388 ext.8125 with questions or to serve on the Clean Air Minnesota wood smoke team.