September 20, 2021
TWIN FALLS — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is accepting applications for the Twin Falls Woodstove Changeout Program.
The changeout program provides rebates for homeowners to replace older, more polluting stoves with cleaner-burning EPA-certified woodstoves, inserts, pellet stoves, or natural gas or propane units.
The program is now available to homeowners living within Twin Falls County. To qualify, applicants must be the legal owner of the home or rental property and currently operate a non-EPA-certified wood-burning appliance or an EPA-certified wood or pellet appliance manufactured at least 20 years ago.
Applicants will work with a participating vendor to purchase and install a new stove and remove the old unit.
Twin Falls County residents can apply on DEQ’s Woodstove Funding Resources page. Applications can be mailed upon request. Applications will be accepted as funding is available and processed in the order received. Funding is limited and not guaranteed. Contact Heidi Orr (Heidi.firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.