Can you burn drywall in a fire pit?

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Can you burn drywall in a fire pit?

No, you cannot burn drywall in a fire pit. Drywall is made of gypsum, which is a non-combustible material. If you try to burn drywall in a fire pit, it will simply create a lot of smoke and not catch fire. Drywall is made from fire-retardant materials, so it is not a good idea to use it as fuel for a fire pit. The drywall is will release harmful toxins into the air, so it is not recommended. Depending on the state of the drywall, it may be recycled or disposed of with construction debris.
Can you burn drywall in a fire pit?
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