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• within the boundaries of any municipal corporation;
• within corporation limits and a l,000-foot zone outside any municipal corporation having a population of 1,000 to 10,000;
• within corporation limits and a one-mile zone outside any municipal corporation with a population of more than 10,000.
Inside a Restricted Area
Permitted burning includes:
• cooking for human consumption (barbecues, campfires, cookouts); • heating tar; • welding and acetylene torches; • smudge pots and similar occupational needs; • heating for warmth of outdoor workers and strikers. (Use common sense: use only clean wood and restrict the size of the fire so it can be contained in a 55-gallon drum.)
By notifying Ohio EPA in advance,ceremonial fires can be set for limited periods of time. Fires just be limited in size to 5 feet by 5 feet and may not burn for more than three hours.
Under certain circumstances, fires set to train firefighters, to dispose of certain ignitable or explosive materials,or to dispose of poisons such as pesticides and their containers are allowed WITH PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM OHIO EPA.
Recognized horticultural, silvicultural,range, or wildlife management practices,involving burning,also are allowed with prior written permission from Ohio EPA.
This permission may take two weeks to obtain. Fires intended to control disease or pests may be set if the local health department, the Ohio department of Agriculture, or the U.S. Department of Agriculture verifies to Ohio EPA that open burning is the only appropriate control method.
Outside a Restricted Area
Outside a restricted area, the following types of wastes generated on the premises can be burned: • Agricultural wastes: material generated by crop, horticultural, or livestock production practices. This includes fence posts and scrap lumber but not buildings. • Landscape wastes: plant matter such as tree trimmings, branches, stumps, brush, weeds, leaves, grass, shrubbery, yard trimmings, and crop residues. • Land-clearing wastes: plant matter which is removed when land is cleared for residential, commercial, or industrial development. This material may be burned only under certain circumstances and WITH PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM OHIO EPA. • Residential waste: wastes such as wood or paper products that are generated by one-, two-, or three- family residences. Garbage may not be open burned. However, no open burning can take place within 1,000 feet of an inhabited building located off the property where the fire is set. Nor can the fire obscure visibility for roadways, railroad tracks, or air fields.No wastes generated off the premises may be burned. For example, a tree-trimming contractor may not haul branches and limbs to another site to burn them. Open burning is prohibited when air pollution warnings, alerts, or emergencies are in effect.
If there is not an emergency, smoke detectors consume battery while in stand by mode. Replace the battery with a new battery and if that does not work call 419-222-2986
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