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Additionally, commercial and construction waste, pressure-treated lumber, structures slated for demolition, unwanted furniture, old appliances and scrap tires are not allowed to be openly burned in Michigan.
Regulations for Recreational Fires: Recreational fires in an approved container are allowed without permit provided they conform to the following: A recreational fire must be located a minimum of fifteen (15) feet from any structure, lot line, public way (road or sidewalk). Only dry, seasoned fire wood is to be burned.
Open Burning: The open burning of trees, logs, brush and stumps is allowed in Michigan providing that it is in ance with the law, that is, it is not done within 1400 feet of a city or village, nor within a Priority 1 or 2 area and it doesnt cause a nuisance.
What is Open Burning? Open burning is the burning of unwanted materials such as paper, trees, brush, leaves, grass, and other debris where smoke and other emissions are released directly into the air. During open burning, air pollutants do not pass through a chimney or stack.
Air quality regulations allow the burning of logs, brush, charcoal, and other similar materials for the purpose of food preparation or recreation, unless prohibited by local laws. An unserviceable US flag may be burned by a congressionally chartered patriotic organization.
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Burn permits are required for open burning not conducted in burn barrels when the ground is not snow-covered. Contact your fire department, municipality, or DNR district office for burn permit information.
(L) Open burning means the burning of any materials wherein air contaminants resulting from combustion are emitted directly into the ambient air without passing through a stack or chimney.
Check Before You Burn E-Mail Notification Program. Sign up to receive Air Alerts on air quality and to be notified when a mandatory No-Burn alert has been issued for your neighborhood. Check Before You Burn Map. Toll-Free Phone Number. Mobile App. Social Media.

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