Inversion returns: Is your stove EPA certified?

By: Chiara Lotierzo Email
By: Chiara Lotierzo Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Officials with the National Weather Service say with this changing weather system, Grand Valley residents can expect the inversion to return.

And with that, a reminder: what you burn is what you'll breathe.

So when deciding on how to heat your home, keep in mind older fireplaces and stoves will pollute the atmosphere, but most pellet stoves and newer wood stoves are safe options.

If you're not sure if your wood or pellet stove is EPA certified, you can check by clicking on the link below.


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