Central Boiler

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Central Boiler is an American manufacturer of wood- and corn-burning furnaces for residential and commercial applications.[1]

Established in 1984 by Dennis Brazier and located in Greenbush, Minnesota,[2] the privately owned company has promoted its product line as an environmentally friendly renewable energy alternative to traditional oil- and gas-based furnaces. In 2007, Central Boiler signed a partnership agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to promote the manufacture and sale of clean-burning outdoor wood furnaces. Central Boiler was the first company whose products qualified for the EPA Outdoor Wood-fired Hydronic Heaters (OWHH) program.[3][4] Central Boiler also signed a partnership agreement with the EPA for Phase 2.[5]

The Central Boiler E-Classic 2300 was the first to be certified by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Air Pollution Control Division [6] and meets the 2010 Clean Air Regulation Emission Limits for Vermont and Maine.[7]

In 2015, Central Boiler introduced their cleaner-burning, EPA certified, Classic Edge outdoor wood furnaces.[8] The Classic Edge 750 was the first to receive a letter of certification from the EPA once the EPA's new source performance standards went into effect.

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