I'm hoping to have a wood stove from http://www.liseo.eu/ shipped to the US so I can install it in my home in Virginia. It has glass on three (or all four) sides, which we would really enjoy. I'm told the stove exceeds EPA requirements, although can't see where they have gram/hour "particulate matter emissions" listed. This info is provided by Liseo: heating output = 9.41 kW fuel load = 2.500 kg/h mean CO emission at 13% O2 = 0.1782 % mean CO emission at 13% O2 = 2227 mg/Nm3 efficiency = 82.70 % mean flue gas temperature = 224º mean value of dust in the flue gas at 13% O2 = 52.2 mg/Nm3 flue gas mass flow = 6.67 g/s environmental index I' = .852 So, I assume my challenge is to convince someone at EPA that this wood stove meets or exceeds their criteria. Does anybody know if that's possible, and if so, how? Then, what?