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The Proper Way To Dispose of Unused Fireworks

The Proper Way To Dispose of Unused Fireworks

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Have you ever wondered what's the proper way to dispose of unused fireworks?

Well, here's a very interesting video by County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service.

In the video, the partially fired fireworks are placed in a bucket of water and soaked for at least 3 to 4 days. Then the soaked fireworks are placed in a black bin bag and treated like household waste. 

West Yorks Fire Disposal of Fireworks CFOA

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