Rebates in Princeton for trading old wood stove

The Wood Stove Exchange program runs until the end of April to help air quality in Princeton.

Princeton Coun. Kim Maynard sits in front of an old wood stove ready to be exchanged for a newer, cleaner burning model.

Princeton Coun. Kim Maynard sits in front of an old wood stove ready to be exchanged for a newer, cleaner burning model.

The Wood Stove Exchange Program sponsored by the Regional District of the Okanagan Similkameen offers a $250 cash rebate for anyone interested in trading in their old stove for a new, cleaner technology electric, pellet, gas or wood stove.

To take advantage of this offer that ends on April 30 contact Princeton Builders Mart or Bob’s Stove Repair.

New stoves will help Princeton’s air quality, which was at dangerous levels this winter, according to the Princeton Air Quality Coalition.

 

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