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Paper and cardboard Roofing materials Heating oil Tires and rubber products Plastics. Please report illegal open burning of items such as tires, plastic, copper wire, and asbestos covered materials to the appropriate Environmental Affairs Regional Office as soon as possible. Obviously, if a fire of any nature gets out of control, call first.
You can also report illegal open burning of land clearing or yard debris, but most of the time these situations do not constitute an immediate threat, so you can report the incident to DHEC the next business day. Open burning — burning anything outdoors — can harm your health and that of your neighbors.
DHEC discourages open burning in all circumstances. In some situations, it's illegal and you can be fined a lot of money, even if it's your first violation. Instead of burning household garbage outside, dispose of it properly. Whenever possible, recycle and compost waste. The legality of open burning depends on where and what you burn.
If you live within city limits, always check with your local government before you burn anything outdoors. Forestry Commission regulates certain types of outdoor burning.
If you live outside city limits, you must notify the S. Forestry Commission before you burn anything outdoors. Commercial and Residential Builders: It is against the law to burn any waste from commercial construction sites. As for single-family residential builders, it is illegal to burn any materials outdoors April 1 - October 30 ozone season. The rest of the year November 1 - March 30 laws governing open burning by single family residential construction sites include a of restrictions. If you're building a single-family residence, consult South Carolina's Open Burning Regulation Yard trimmings Outdoor fireplaces Campfires Barbecues Bonfires.
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