Did You Know a BURN PERMIT is Required for you to Burn Your Leaves or Sticks?

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You can burn ONLY Leaves, branches, trees, stumps and grass clippings right now in Rutherford County IF you have a proper burn permit. Between now and May 15, 2014, burn permits are required, according to state law. That being said, most people have no idea what is illegal to burn…

It is illegal to burn:

  • Tires and any rubber products
  • Vinyl siding and shingles
  • Asphalt shingles and other asphalt roofing materials and demolition debris
  • Building material, construction debris and mobile homes
  • Plywood, oriented strand board and pressure treated wood, including railroad ties
  • Asbestos-containing materials
  • Metals, Aerosol cans, and food cans
  • Copper wire or electrical wires
  • Plastics and other synthetic materials
  • Paper products, cardboard, and newspaper
  • Any Household garbage/trash
  • It is ILLEGAL to burn any materials that are transported from one site to another for the purpose of burning.

To obtain a burn permit, you need to call the Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry at 1-877-350-2876.

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