Scott Tucker Helps Annouce Georgia Clean Air Initiative According to published a recent article outlining the enactment of a Marietta, Georiga burn ban ordinance. The ordinance is included within a set of clean air enactments by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

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(PRWEB) May 17, 2013

According to lifestyle and home publication's Scott Tucker, Marietta, Georgia’s current Fire Chief has announced the start of a new fire ban in the city. The new ordinance would apparently also cover various major metropolitan areas in the Northern and Central regions of the state effective this coming summer. The ban, enacted by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, was created to fall in line with federal clean air guidelines.

As originally featured on the Marietta Patch website Georgia EPD stated that any open burning could potentially contribute to the creation of ozone. This could pose as a potential problem in the summer months due to the drier and warmer weather than during other points of the year. The ban is supposed to deter any burning and help keep ozone levels down, especially around metropolitan areas like Marietta.

The ban is expected to last through the summer ending on September 30th. is a blog forum that offers a platform for likeminded people to share and discuss ideas, tips, news, and reviews on the important things that can help turn a house into a home. The site is the ideal destination for people who want to discover how small things can make big differences. Whether it's remodeling, interior design, art, gardening, outdoor recreation or indoor fun you'll find it all plus even more by visiting


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