Smoke from outdoor wood hydronic heaters, otherwise known as outdoor wood boilers, and open burning can be a significant source of air pollution, negatively impacting public health and the environment. It can also result in complaints to state and local officials from residents concerned about the impact from smoke.
What are the regulations pertaining to outdoor wood boilers? What materials are permissible to burn in the open? How can municipalities best respond to smoke complaints?
Join NHMA’s Legal Services Counsel Stephen C. Buckley and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Service’s Linda Magoon and Tom Guertin, who will provide an overview of state regulations and response to smoke and odor complaints.
This webinar is open to members of the New Hampshire Municipal Association. Code enforcement officers, health officers, firefighting personnel, or any other municipal official who receives smoke and odor complaints may find this beneficial.