Can I Use A Garden Incinerator?

Can you have fires in your garden UK?

The law on domestic bonfires in England and Wales is very simple: there isn’t one; there is, however, a law against any subsequent nuisance that having one might cause.

As the Government puts it: You can’t get rid of household waste if it will cause pollution or harm people’s health.

This includes burning it..

What can you burn in a garden incinerator?

Commonly known as a fire bin, a garden incinerator is a large container used to burn garden waste like grass clippings, old branches, leaves, and anything other natural waste from the garden. At a quick glance, a garden incinerator is a large metal bin used to burn things.

What can you burn in a incinerator bin?

The main purpose of a incinerator bin is to deal with garden waste. Throughout the year your garden can produces a large variety of differing garden waste, from hedge cuttings, grass cuttings, leaves, twigs or even large branches from tree’s. And it ‘s these types of waste that you should primarily be burning.

What are the rules on burning rubbish in your garden?

There are not any specific laws against burning rubbish in your garden or having a bonfire in your garden, but there are several laws that deal with the nuisance that fires/bonfires can cause.

Can you use an incinerator in your garden UK?

There are no specific bye-laws for using an incinerator bin or outdoor fireplace. And therefore no restrictions to using a garden incinerator. Under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, it is an offence to cause a statutory nuisance, and this can include nuisances created by using a garden incinerator bin.

How do I report a Neighbour burning rubbish UK?

Call 0800 555 111 or report it online at www.crimestoppers-org.uk.

Can you burn wood in a garden incinerator?

You can burn wood in a garden incinerator when the fire is burning hot enough. Start the fire in the incinerator using plenty of dry paper or cardboard. When the fire is hot enough you can add wood to the incinerator. As the wood burns you can burn more wood.

Can you burn branches in your garden?

Generally yes. However there are restrictions. You must not cause a nuisance to your neighbours and even then you should restrict the waste you burn to dry (not green) garden waste, clean timber, cardboard or paper. Burning other materials on an open fire may prove toxic, especially plastics, rubber, paint and oils.