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Toxic Smoke from Wood Burning Stoves - December 16, 2011

December 17, 2011

Woodsmoke is the prime culprit driving spikes in sooty, toxic air that’s leaving Seattle and Tacoma residents gasping for breath. The health costs associated with burning wood may make you think twice about how you heat your home. Also, our Insiders Roundtable weighs in on top stories of the week.

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