0 Anonymous Asked: February 18, 2019In: Woodworking TalkCan you burn pallet wood in a fireplace?0Do you know if it’s possible to burn wooden pallet in a fireplace? Is there any toxicity? what about the environment?fireplacepallet wood ShareFacebook1 AnswerOldestVotedRecentNeokentin Toulouse, France 4 Questions 10 Answers 1 Best Answers View Profile Neokentin Added an answer on February 18, 2019 at 6:13 pm This answer was edited. In general, wooden pallets can be safely burned in a fireplace. However, those treated with fumigant methyl bromide (they have the MB stamp – check attached image for stamp recognition and more info here) should not be burned in the fireplaces. In addition, it should be noted that pallets may have been exposed to various chemicals during their lifetime. Apart from these concerns, wooden pallets produce a hot flame because they are generally very dry and have thin segments. When cutting pallets, be sure to check for nails, they could damage your saw blade. You may also end up with nails in your ashes, which must be disposed of separately. You should also never burn colored pallet inside your fireplace (RED, BLUE or BROWN ones). More generally, those are things you should NEVER burn in a fireplace:Painted wood.Pressure-treated wood.Plywood, particleboard, chipboard or OSB.Rotted, diseased or moldy wood.Damp wood.Allergenic plants.Dryer lint.Trash.Driftwood. Do you have any more info to share?0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerLeave an answerCancel replyConnect with: Featured image Select file Browse Add a video to describe the problem better. Video type YoutubeVimeoDialymotionFacebook Choose from here the video type. Video ID Put here the video id : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs Ex: 'sdUUx5FdySs'.