What are the consequences of burning illegal materials?

Burning prohibited materials in a controlled burn is punishable by fines ranging from $250 to $2000 or more and possible incarceration.

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1. I have obtained a burning registration/permit. Do I still have to call the county to report my burn?
2. When would a recreational fire be prohibited? Do I have to report a recreational fire? Is a registration/permit required for a recreational fire?
3. What if I am uncomfortable with the wind speed on a “good burn day”?
4. Can I call the Sheriff’s office to report my controlled burn?
5. How do I report a neighbor who is violating burning regulations? What if it is not an emergency?
6. How far away from my house must my fire be?
7. What are the consequences of burning on a No Burn Day?
8. What are the consequences of burning illegal materials?
9. Am I liable if my controlled burn accidentally damages another person’s property?
10. Is a registration/permit required for outdoor welding?
11. How will I know if it is a good burn day or if burning is prohibited?