Smoke from wood-burning stoves can harm young children’s developing lungs and present health problems for the elderly. Wood smoke and transportation contribute more toxics likely to cause health problems to this region’s air than do industrial sources, according to a recent Environmental Protection Agency report.
Smoke from wood-burning stoves can harm young children’s developing lungs and present health problems for the elderly. Wood smoke and transportation contribute more toxics likely to cause health problems to this region’s air than do industrial sources, according to a recent Environmental Protection Agency report. The News Tribune The News Tribune
Smoke from wood-burning stoves can harm young children’s developing lungs and present health problems for the elderly. Wood smoke and transportation contribute more toxics likely to cause health problems to this region’s air than do industrial sources, according to a recent Environmental Protection Agency report. The News Tribune The News Tribune

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