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Newspaper advertisements

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has designed four newspaper advertisements that councils can insert into their local newspaper to promote the wood smoke program. These advertisements can be sent to newspapers with a copy of your council logo to be inserted into the advertisement.

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Better wood burning. Some hot tips. To reduce smoke pollution from your wood heater, burn small logs of aged, dry hardwood. Never burn household rubbish, driftwood or painted wood.

Better wood burning - some hot tips

To reduce smoke pollution from your wood heater, burn small logs of aged, dry hardwood. Never burn household rubbish, driftwood or painted wood. For information on better wood burning visit www.epa.nsw.gov.au/woodsmoke.

High-resolution pdf (AdTipsPrint.pdf, 561KB)

InDesign files are available on request.
Email info@environment.nsw.gov.au

Is your chimney sending you smoke signals? If your chimney's smoking, your heater might not be operating effectively. Check your chimney for smoke and call your local council for advice on better wood burning practices.

Is your chimney sending you smoke signals?

If your chimney's smoking, your heater might not be operating effectively. Check your chimney for smoke and call your local council for advice on better wood burning practices, or visit www.epa.nsw.gov.au/woodsmoke.

High-resolution pdf (AdSignalPrint.pdf, 557KB)

InDesign files are available on request.
Email info@environment.nsw.gov.au  

Woodsmoke and air pollution. Let's clear the air. If you own a wood heater you can help improve our winter air quality by making sure that you use it correctly. For more on preventing woodsmoke pollution, call your local council.

Wood smoke and air pollution -
let's clear the air

If you own a wood heater you can help improve our winter air quality by making sure that you use it correctly. For more on preventing wood smoke pollution, call your local council or visit www.epa.nsw.gov.au/woodsmoke.

High-resolution pdf (AdAirPrint.pdf, 563KB)

InDesign files are available on request.
Email info@environment.nsw.gov.au  

Woodsmoke and air pollution. Let's clear the air. If you own a wood heater you can help improve our winter air quality by making sure that you use it correctly. For more on preventing woodsmoke pollution, call your local council.

Would you like money to burn?

Cash incentives are available to replace your old polluting wood heater with a cleaner option like gas or electricity. Ask your council for details. For information on reducing wood smoke pollution, visit  www.epa.nsw.gov.au/woodsmoke.

High-resolution pdf (AdBurnPrint.pdf, 551KB)

InDesign files are available on request.
Email info@environment.nsw.gov.au  

Page last updated: 18 July 2013