Hearth Products Training, Consulting and Publishing
The Hearth in the House as a System, a 100 page book first published in 1997 and put online in 2011 in accessible form. The production is a little funky, but the content has stood the test of time.
Peak Oil for Hearth Dealers, a presentation titled: Energy and the Hearth Entrepreneur (what if the future isn't business as usual?). It was delivered at the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association conference in Orlando, Florida March 12, 2010.
The Florida Bungalow Syndrome, written for Wood Energy Technical Training Inc. and appeared in 2006 as two parts in the WETT Ink newsletter.
Feasibility of Developing and Piloting a Woodstove Exchange Program, prepared for the Clean Air Foundation, Toronto, Ontario April 2003
Investigation of Negative Pressure Test Protocols for Wood- and Pellet-Burning Appliances, prepared for the Research Division, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the Hearth Patio and Barbecue Association of Canada, and the Hearth Patio and Barbecue Association (US) January 2003
A Study of Necessary Changes to Harmonize Standards Requirements Related to Protection Against Depressurization for Vented Combustion Equipment, prepared for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation September 2002
Best Practices for Woodburning Fireplace Installation, prepared for the Technical Committee, Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association August 2002
A photo report of the field testing portion of a course on house pressure testing developed and delivered in Minnesota for the North Central Hearth Products Association February 2000
Scoping Study: Reducing Smoke Emissions From Home Heating With Wood, Prepared for Environment Canada, Hazardous Waste Branch
Environment Canada, Hazardous Waste Branch, Planning & Coordination Division March 1997