This article is written with New Zealand in mind. If you’re in another country, you’ll need to check your local body in charge of fire and emergency. Whilst we’d love to provide a link here to your local authority, you can imagine the impossibility of that task.
In New Zealand, Flare Outdoor Fireplaces can be run in any region and comply with clean air regulations. This is because they are essentially a wood-fired BBQ, which like pizza ovens and smokers, are not a problem.
However, when it comes to summertime outdoor fire bans, it is important to check if you can run your fire in your region.
The above link takes you to the NZ Fire & Emergency Webpage. It works well and gives you the answers you need.
Select Pizza Ovens & Chimenea from the options provided, and away you go.
Another option is to request a fire permit to run your fire during summer. If one isn’t automatically issued, you can contact your local fire brigade and ask them to visit your site to inspect your fire. This is made easier if you fire has a spark arrestor.
Any questions, just yell out.