DEEP reminds residents about air quality safety

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(WTNH) — It’s wood burning season in Connecticut, and the state has some tips to protect air quality.

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is reminding everyone to burn only clean, seasoned firewood. This firewood must be split and must have dried for a least six months prior to being burned.

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