Health Department’s “Wood Stove Bounty Program”

The Allegheny County Health Department is offering cash to residents who turn in old woodstoves and boilers that do not meet air quality standards.

The health department is offering $500 for as many as five “non-Phase II” outdoor wood-fired boilers, and a $200 gift card for uncertified woodstoves.

To take part in the program, Allegheny County residents must register by May 9.

To register:

Those who register must turn in their woodstoves and boilers between 1 and 4 p.m. May 17 at the swimming pool parking lot on South Ridge Drive in North Park.


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