Air Quality Regulations Worry Fairbanks, State Officials

The controversial air-quality regulations that state officials have proposed for Fairbanks-area residents are aimed at reducing pollution from wood-burning heating systems. They do not apply to coal-fired systems, which are increasingly popular because coal is cheaper than wood.

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Tim Ellis is a reporter at KUAC in Fairbanks.

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