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A reminder from the Deaprtment of Environment and Conservation:

A person shall not burn or permit the burning of any material listed in Schedule E in a fire.

Notwithstanding subsection (1), a person may burn or permit the buring of materials listed in Schedule E in a fire with the written approval of the Minister.

Schedule E

Materials Prohibited from Burning in a Fire

Tires; Plastics; Treated Lumber; Asphalt and Asphalt Products; Drywall; Demolition waste; Hazardous waste; Biomedical waste; Domestic waste; Trash, Garbage, or other waste from commercial, industrial or municipal operations; Manure; Rubber; Tar Paper; Railway Ties; Paint and Paint Products; Fuel and Lubricant Containers; Used Oil; Animal Cadavers; Hazardous Substances; Materials disposed of as part of the removal or decontamination of equipment, buildings or other structures.

Posted on May 2nd, 2016