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Marin County expands air quality rebate program
MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- Marin County and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District is expanding its rebate program.
Residents can get $750 back if they remove and replace non-certified wood burning appliances with cleaner-burning appliances. Or, they can also get a $250 rebate for only removing a non-certified stove.
The rebate program will be offered through August 1 of next year or until the funds are gone.
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