The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) rules for materials burned in your woodstove or Fireplace.
468A.467 Prohibition on burning certain materials in solid fuel burning devices. A person may not cause or allow any of the following materials to be burned in a solid fuel burning device, a masonry heater, a pellet stove, a trash burner or any device described in ORS 468A.485
(2) Treated wood;
(3) Plastic or plastic products;
(4) Rubber or rubber products;
(5) Animal carcasses;
(6) Products that contain asphalt;
(7) Waste petroleum products;
(10) Paper or paper products, except for paper used to kindle a fire; or
(11) Any other materials described in rules adopted by the commission. [2009 c.387 §6]
KLAMATH COUNTY CLEAN AIR ORDINANCE
(6) PROHIBITED MATERIALS - Any combustible material as defined by the State’s prohibited materials open burning rule which include wet garbage, plastic, wire insulation, automobile parts, asphalt, petroleum product, petroleum treated material, rubber products, animal remains, or animal or vegetable matter resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking, or service of food that normally results in dense or noxious smoke when burned. Also included are coal and any open burned materials that cause a public or private nuisance or a hazard to public safety.
Failure to comply with the provisions of this Chapter shall be subject to fines of up to $720.00 for a one-time occurrence, and fines of not more than $1,000.00 for a continuing or repeated offense.
This provision will be enforced in accordance with Chapter 800, Uniform Civil Violation Procedure of the Klamath County Code.