Almost 200 woodstoves have been replaced in Mammoth Lakes with funding through the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District from 2012-2015. No funding is currently available.
Woodstove Replacement Program - Environmental Public Benefit (EPB) Funds
On August 6, 2014, the Town Council accepted $274,963 from the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District for woodstove replacements. The Program is now closed. 145 woodstoves were replaced with cleaner burning systems under this Program.
EPB Woodstove Replacement Program Final Report 6/30/15
Previous Woodstove Replacement Program (Clean Air Projects Program)
Under the Town of Mammoth Lakes' CAPP program, 21 woodstoves were replaced with more efficient and cleaner heating systems. An additional 28 woodstove replacements were completed in Mammoth Lakes through the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District's CAPP program. These funds have been expended, and the CAPP programs are closed.