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What is the the legality of burning garbage like tires old tvs organic waste like arisol cans and every thing you can put in your garbage bage in your back yard on the ground

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******* is the answer! do you not have a Recycle centre that allow you to take this kind of stuff off you if you go with everything in a van they may charge a small fee but then it's a lot smaller than burning yourself & getting into court & the aggro. Cheers, Malcolm Campbell

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