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Old 01-31-2017, 11:07 PM   #21
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Re: Looks Like Trump Is Cutting Epa Funding


as he said for every new reg there must be 2 eliminated.

How about we try that with politicians, lawyers and paper pushers


Some other EPA stupidity.....they went after wood stoves and fireplaces, I can see it in metro areas to a point in higher elavations where inversion happens seems like 4500 ft above sea lvl ( I suppose ) but no it's on everyone.
HOWEVER millions of acres of wildfires happen every year in the south west ( and south now) and lots a BS rules / regs on clearing fire prone areas.
didnt take mo but a couple mins of this:
https://www.epa.gov/burnwise/ordinan...ing-appliances

I grew up out in the country and know a good old pot belly with fresh air duct can burn clean and efficient after start up ( fresh air ducting from outside helps alot )


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as for LEAD and asbestos
don't chew on old painted surfaces, Dont scratch the fireproofing or insulation on pipes, so on so forth.


There are more dangers blowing around in the dirt daily , tested decades ago in NM and Nevada

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