It then shut down and pursued permits to allow it to burn
wood from the C&D debris stream.
Since errors such as mixing lead paint-coveted shingles or arsenic-treated planks into a load of wood chips can create a hazard worse than coal dust, Greene calls the decision to burn
waste wood "a complicated issue."
Almost all the active fires are located in remote areas and, as such, will be permitted to burn
Men would need to cycle 23 minutes--and women 32 minutes--at a "somewhat hard" exertion to burn
This is the last weekend for homeowners to burn
backyard woody debris in rural parts of Lane County before the countywide summer burning ban takes hold.
The assistant chief said residents wishing to burn
on a particular day need to activate their permit with the Fire Department prior to burning, each day they wish to burn
, which can be done online or by phone.
Two years ago, state environmental officials is sued a permit for the plant to burn
up to 100 percent of C&D debris that came from painted wood and plywood.
Just as a fire needs oxygen-bearing air to burn
, all rocket fuels require an oxidizer for combustion.
When the fires were intense enough to burn
the crowns of the trees, these animals had nowhere to go.
Brock's efforts to burn
Harry Potter and other suspect works.
Residents who are now allowed to burn
are reminded that they may burn only woody yard debris that is generated from their own residential property, and that all fires must be out by sunset.
The plant was designed to burn
a combination of coal and the city's trash.
Many forests--and all their trees--are supposed to burn
up every 100 to 500 years according to Mother Nature's plan.
Not all county residents are allowed to burn
their yard debris outside, however, agency officials said.