Waikato Regional Council:
Warm Homes Clean Air
‘On The House’ programme
FREE installation of a clean air approved Woodburner, or Heat Pump, and decommissioning of a non-compliant solid fuel burner.
- Home owner occupier;
- Home exists within the ‘Tokoroa Airshed’
- Home owner must hold a Community Services Card, or Gold Card with Community Services Card endorsements (NZS/CSCS)
- Home must have a legally operable solid fuel burner installed before September 2005 in place
- This burner must be the only source of heating in the home
- Home must be insulated to EECA standards. If the home is not insulated but all other criteria are satisfied above, the home-owner is eligible for a 67% insulation subsidy through Easy Insulation under the EECA Warmer Kiwi Homes programme.
Further key terms
- One non-compliant solid fuel burner must be decommissioned before the new heating appliance can be installed
- Contract ends on 30 September 2020
- Contract funding allocation is limited so please enquire quickly
The Waikato Regional Council has been on a quest to clean up the Tokoroa airshed via the decommissioning of non-compliant woodburners, and the installation of clean air approved heating appliances for over a decade. The Tokoroa Warm Homes Clean Air ‘On the House’ programme provides fully funded non-compliant woodburner decommissioning, paired with fully funded supply and installation of either a clean air approved Woodburner, or a Heat Pump. The Waikato Regional Council has paired up with Easy Insulation to this fantastic opportunity to eligible home-owner occupiers who live in the Tokoroa Airshed.