The following materials can be burned with a permit:
Burning of painted and unpainted wood and demolition debris, wood wastes [i.e.brush, stumps, lumber (material that is entirely made of wood and is free from metal, plastics,coatings and chemical treatments), bark, wood chips, shavings, slabs, edgings, slash, sawdust and wood from production rejects that are not mixed with other solid or liquid waste].
Burning of vegetative growth for hazardous abatement purposes, such as, but not limited to, the burning of grass fields.
The following situations do not require a burn permit:
Residential use of outdoor grills and fireplaces for recreational purposes such as preparing food.
Recreational campfires kindled when the ground is covered with snow or on frozen bodies of water.