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EPA Recognizes Earth’s Flame for Its Green Technology

The U.S. EPA has acknowledged that the Earth’s Flame fireplace retrofit device, the Hybrid Clean Burn™system (as tested in the Heatilator E36 fireplace) meets the phase 2 qualifying emissions level under the EPA woodburning fireplace program, Burn Wise (www.epa.gov/burnwise). The goal of the EPA, and of many states, is to…

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M&G DuraVent Gets Approvals for PolyPro Venting Systems

M&G DuraVent has received more key approvals for PolyPro venting systems. Bryant 900 series, Carrier 59 series, Day & Night 90+, Heil 90+, Keeprite 90+, Payne’s 2012 models, and Tempstar 90+ furnaces have all approved the use of PolyPro singlewall, concentric, and flex products with their appliances.

PolyPro is…

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$300 Biomass-stove Tax Credit Reinstated for 2012–2013

A federal tax credit on 75% efficient biomass heating appliances, which expired on December 31, 2011, was reinstated by the fiscal cliff legislation, the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, signed by President Obama on January 2, 2013. The bill includes a tax extender for Internal Revenue Code section 25C,…

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Brown Jordan International Announces Expansion Plans

Brown Jordan International, the parent company of Brown Jordan, Winston, Charter, Wabash Valley, and La-Z-Boy Outdoor, has announced a multimillion-dollar capital-investment plan to expand manufacturing capacity. The capital investment will be made in its Haleyville, Alabama, facility and is consistent with the company’s strategy, over the past two years, of…

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KitchenAid Partners With Nexgrill Industries

KitchenAid has teamed up with Nexgrill Industries Inc. to introduce a new collection of powerful freestanding and built-in grills designed not only to deliver exceptional grilling, but also to withstand the wear and tear of the outdoors. The new collection will be unveiled in the Nexgrill display (booth 3003) at…

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