Burn Permit Numbers Surprising

Some Ignorance of Regulation Remains

Posted: May 20, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Outdoor burning is popular in the city, even though the city has required residents to get permits in order to do so since March 15.

At A Glance

Springdale Burn Permits

Items that cannot be burned:


-Tree trunks and branches larger than 4 inches in diameter

-Treated, milled or dimensional lumber

-Trade waste

-Motor vehicles or salvage waste

-Asphalt or composition roofing

-Tar, tar paper, petroleum products, plastics or paint

-Insulated wire

-Dead animals or animal waste

-Hazardous or pathogenic waste

Source: Springdale Fire Department

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