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What Can I Burn and What Can’t I Burn?

Your bonfire must not pollute the environment or endanger human health, which means you should avoid burning materials that produce a lot of smoke or hazardous fumes. A fire’s particulates can spread and linger in the air, producing annoyance or health problems for others, such as asthma.

• Only dry materials, such as paper and untreated wood, are allowed to be burned.
• It is not a good idea to burn damp waste because it produces more smoke.
• If you use oil, petrol, or spirits to put out the fire, you risk it getting out of hand and spreading gases.

Should I Notify Anyone?

While it is not required by law to tell anyone about a bonfire, as previously said, you should be considerate and inform your neighbours.

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