|HB 1567 - DIGEST|
Prohibits a solid fuel burning device from being offered for sale or installed in new or existing buildings unless the device is certified to statewide emission performance standards.
Prohibits a solid fuel burning device from being offered for sale in this state to residents that does not meet the following particulate air contaminant emission standard under the test methodology of the United States environmental protection agency or adopted by the department of ecology or the United States environmental protection agency: Two grams per hour for all solid fuel burning devices.
Authorizes the department of ecology to adopt by rule a process to distribute the money in the woodstove education and enforcement account for woodstove education and enforcement.
Increases the fee, from thirty dollars to fifty dollars, on the retail sale of each solid fuel burning device.