Burning of household waste is allowed when it is conducted on the premises of its origination and when the structure is occupied solely as a dwelling by two families or less.
Household waste is waste that results from the normal occupancy of the dwelling.
Items such as, furniture, tires, lumber, siding, insulation, processed & unprocessed construction & demolition waste, flooring, wallboard, roofing material, telephone poles, railroad ties, and insulation from electrical wiring should not be burned. Wastes such as plastic or Styrofoam that aren’t regularly generated in the home should not be burned. An operating Business is prohibited from burning any waste.
Much of the household waste stream can be recycled. Waste that cannot be recycled should be properly disposed of and burning should be a last resort option.