"Wood burning stoves are not being banned"
Recent headlines misinterpreting the Government’s 2019 Clean Air Strategy have resulted in public confusion regarding stoves and fires.
- New stoves will need to be cleaner burning to meet 2022 regulations (ECO DESIGN); lots of stoves are already available that meet these requirements.
- Sales of bagged house coal will be phased out by Febuary 2021 and the sale of loose house coal delivered direct to the customer will end by 2023.
- All manufactured solid fuel will have a 2% maximum sulpher limit and a smoke emission limit of 5g per hour.
- Sales of wet wood in small units less than 2 cubic metres will be phased out from February 2021.
- Wet wood in volumes greater than 2 cubic metres will have to be sold with advice on how to dry it before burning.
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