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Biodegradable Fireworks Shells

Biodegradable Fireworks Shells

Have you ever wondered what happens to the cardboard surrounding of a firework shell - once the shell has exploded?

A Japanese inventor has now developed a new kind of shell casing made from plastic and grain husks which is bio-degradable.

This means there will be less debris landing on the ground which can only mean its a great idea, and very much welcomed by the fireworks industry :)

6'' Chrysanthemum Firework Shell - Red to Blue with Green Pistil from EpicFireworks.

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