Why are muck fires significant to the story?

First 33 pages in the book

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The muck fires are significant because they constantly burn, causing destruction and there's nothing that can be done about them. The muck fires, in their own way, are a bit like Erik Fisher..... always stirring something up, only to eventually ignite and cause trouble.