Peter Sweden: WHAT? – New EU Rule BANS Garden Bonfires

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This article was written by Swedish independent journalist Peter Imanuelsen, also known as PeterSweden. You can follow him at

It’s now gone a few years since the British left the EU, in part because they didn’t like all the restrictions and rules that they were coming up with.

Now there is a new rule.

People will be banned from starting bonfires in their garden to burn garden waste such as grass, leafs and sticks.

This is because the new law requires that food and organic waste be sorted and recycled.

Meaning that people who are tending their garden will have to either compost their garden waster or deliver it in for recycling.

In Scandinavia it is tradition in the spring where homeowners tend their garden and start bonfires to burn up garden waste, which will now be banned.

What’s next, will they ban wood stoves too? Probably sooner or later…

So what if you are grilling and want to use sticks or wood from your garden on to fire up the grill? Looks like that will be illegal now, because garden waste must be recycled.

As far as I’m aware, I’m the only one reporting on this new law in English so far, so if you appreciate my work, please consider helping me out by becoming a paid subscriber.

Independent journalist Peter Imanuelsen has dedicated years to reporting the things the mainstream media ignores. You can follow him at

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