HPBA Retailer NSPS Toolkit

HPBA intends these documents and pages to be a resource for retailers and distributors with questions about the NSPS. If you have any further questions, please contact Rachel Feinstein (feinstein@hpba.org), HPBA's Senior Manager - Government Affairs. 

Download a single PDF file of all printable contents of this toolkit

 

    HPBA RETAILER EPA NSPS ENFORCEMENT VISIT CHECKLIST 


    • A checklist for retailers who are visited by EPA or state enforcement officers to check for NSPS compliance. Know what you need to do if you are ever in this situation.

      HPBA FAQ FOR RETAILERS ON 2020 DEADLINES

       

      • Frequently asked questions and answers we’ve received related to the NSPS and its requirements.

        NSPS RUMORS & FACTS 


        • Rumors we’ve heard around the industry and the real facts that you need to know.

         

          HPBA FACEBOOK LIVE NSPS Q&A  

           

          • In May 2019, HPBA hosted a Facebook Live Q&A with Tim Reed (Fireside Home Solutions), Chris Neufeld (Blaze King), Rachel Feinstein (HPBA), and Grant Falco (Falco’s) to discuss the NSPS and answer viewers’ questions.

            CERTIFIED WOOD AND PELLET STOVE PERMANENT LABELING AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR RETAILERS 

             

            • These are some of the labels you’ll see on wood and pellet stoves today. Know what you have in your inventory and what you can sell until May 15, 2020.

              FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO SURVIVE THE NSPS


              • Know what you need to protect your business in the face of upcoming May 2020 requirements.

                RETAILERS & DISTRIBUTORS MUST-KNOWS 

                 

                • The NSPS “basics” of what you need to know. This was our first NSPS reference sheet put together after the March 2015 rule was published.

                  Additional Resources

                  The following external websites provide additional information about the EPA's current NSPS for New Residential Wood Heaters. Though they may not reflect HPBA’s views, they provide important context for members of the hearth industry looking to protect their interests,