R. 62-256.200 Definitions
R. 62-256.300 Prohibitions
R. 62-256.700 Open Burning Allowed

Terms Used In Florida Regulations > Chapter 62-256 - Open Burning

  • Air curtain incinerator: is a portable or stationary combustion device that directs a plane of high velocity forced draft air through a manifold head into a pit with vertical walls in such a manner as to maintain a curtain of air over the surface of the pit and a recirculating motion of air under the curtain. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Air pollution episode: is a ny day on which generally unhealthy air (an Air Quality Index value of 151 or greater) occurs or is forecast to occur by the Department. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Extinguished: means the absence of any visible flames, smoke or emissions. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Garbage: means all kitchen and table food waste, animal or vegetative waste that is attendant with or results from the storage, packaging, preparation, cooking or handling of food materials. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Group I containers: means combustible containers which formerly contained organic or metallo-organic pesticides, except organic mercury, lead, cadmium, or arsenic compounds. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Land clearing operation: means the uprooting or clearing of vegetation in connection with construction for buildings and rights-of-way; land development; or mineral operations. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • National Weather Service air stagnation advisory: is a n advisory issued by the National Weather Service to caution local and regional agencies of meteorological conditions which are conducive to poor dispersion and that are expected to persist for at least 36 hours. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Open burning: means the burning of any matter in such a manner that the products of combustion resulting from the burning are emitted directly into the outdoor atmosphere without passing through a stack or chimney. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Pesticide: means any substance or mixture substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any insects, rodents, nematodes, fungi, weeds, or other forms of plant or animal life or viruses, except viruses or fungi on or in living man or other animals, which the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall declare to be a pest, and any substance or mixture of substances intended for use as a plant regulator, defoliant, or desiccant. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Trash: means materials resulting from the construction, renovation or demolition of a structure, and other debris such as paper, cardboard, packing material, cloth, glass, street sweepings, vehicle tires and other like matter. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Treated wood: means wood coated or infused with paint, glue, filler, pentachlorophenol, creosote, tar, asphalt, chromated copper arsenate (CCA), or other wood preservatives or treatments. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Untreated wood: means wood (including lighter pine, tree trunks, limbs and stumps, shrubs, and lumber) which is free of paint, glue, filler, pentachlorophenol, creosote, tar, asphalt, chromated copper arsenate (CCA), and other wood preservatives or treatments. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Waste pesticide containers: means any containers made of combustible materials, including but not limited to paper, plastic, or burlap, which formerly contained pesticides and which the manufacturer or formulator provided as an end user conveyance for the specified product. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200
  • Yard waste: means vegetative matter resulting from landscaping and yard maintenance operations and other such routine property clean-up activities. See Florida Regulations 62-256.200