The same week that the EPA announced in Cochran, Ga., it will treat wood pellets as a carbon-neutral fuel, a new report raises concerns... EPA boosts wood pellet industry, but report points to pollution

The same week that the EPA announced in Cochran, Ga., it will treat wood pellets as a carbon-neutral fuel, a new report raises concerns about the local pollution emitted by the wood pellet industry, showing Georgia to be stricter than other states in controlling that pollution.

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