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Demand for firewood sparks pollution concerns

By Bobby Caina Calvan
Globe Correspondent / November 26, 2005

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RIPON, Calif. -- A spike in demand for firewood and wood-burning, spurred by an expected jump in home-heating costs, is prompting renewed concern among air-quality officials about soot and ash spewed into the air by antiquated hearths and wood-burning appliances. (Full article: 867 words)

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