Open Burning. North Carolina Division of Air Quality. Air Quality Regional Offices. Winston-Salem. Raleigh. Asheville. Mooresville. Washington. Fayetteville. Wilmington. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Regional Offices.
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Division of Air Quality
North Carolina Department of
Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
Asheville Regional Office
2090 US Hwy 70Swannanoa, NC 28778Phone: (828) 296-4500Fax: (828) 299-7043
Fayetteville Regional Office
225 Green Street Suite 714Fayetteville, NC 28301Phone: (910) 433-3300Fax: (910) 485-7467
Raleigh Regional Office
3800 Barrett DriveRaleigh, NC 27609Phone: (919) 791-4200Fax: (919) 881-2261
Mooresville Regional Office
610 E. Center Avenue Suite 301Mooresville, NC 28115Phone: (704) 663-1699Fax: (704) 663-7579
Wilmington Regional Office
127 Cardinal Drive ExtensionWilmington, NC 28405Phone: (910) 796-7215Fax: (910) 350-2004
Washington Regional Office
943 Washington Square MallWashington, NC 27889Phone: (252) 946-6481Fax: (252) 975-3716
Winston-Salem Regional Office
585 Waughtown StreetWinston-Salem, NC 27107Phone: (336) 771-5000Fax: (336) 771-4632
Local Environmental Programs
Western NC Regional Air Pollution Control Agency49 Mount Carmel RoadAsheville, NC 28806Phone: (828) 250-6777 Fax: (828) 255-5226
Environmental Affairs Dept.537 N. Spruce StreetWinston-Salem, NC 27101Phone: (336) 703-2440Fax: (336) 703-2456
Dept. of Environmental Protection
700 N. Tryon Street, Suite 205
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 336-5430Fax: (704) 336-4391
Action days occur when ozone or particle pollution is forecasted to be higher than AQ standards.
On code orange, red, or purple days in air quality forecast areas the following types of open burning are prohibited:
DAQ recommends no burningthroughout the rest of the region on code orange, red, or purple days!
Practices must be acceptable to the North Carolina Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, or Wildlife Management Commission
Exceptions to prohibited open burning on code orange, red, or purple days
Check the forecast in your area before you burn!
It is always illegal to burn trash and other non-vegetative material
EXCEPT what is allowed in the rule.
(businesses, schools, churches, etc)
No DAQ notification or prior approval required
DAQ notification form & prior approval required
Contact N.C. Division of Environmental Assistance and Outreach www.ncenvironmentalassistance.org
North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources