AMADOR COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 311 - MISCELLANEOUS BURNING

311.1. Land Development Clearing.
The APCD finds it more economically desirable to dispose of wood waste from trees, vines, and bushes on property being developed for commercial or residential purposes by burning instead of burial at a sanitary landfill. This material shall be allowed for disposal by burning in compliance with the following Rules:

311.2. Ditch and Road Maintenance.
The use of open outdoor fires for right-of-way clearing by a public entity or utility, or for levee, ditch, or reservoir maintenance shall be allowed in compliance with the following Rules:

311.3. Hazard Reduction

311.4. Fire Suppression and Training.
Nothing in these Rules and Regulations shall be construed as limiting the authority of any public fire official granted under provisions of law to:

311.5. Residential Maintenance.
Burning shall be allowed under the following conditions:

311.6. Recreational Activity.
The use of open outdoor fires in recreational activities shall be allowed under the following conditions:

311.7. Mechanized Burners