PROPER DISPOSAL OF BBQ CHARCOAL

Published by The Bee News

August 8, 2023

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It’s summer time! It’s a time to celebrate the season with friends and family with some of our favorite pastimes, Cookouts! While it’s always important to have fun and share laughs and smiles with friends and family, the City of Kingman is reminding area residents to not put BBQ coals, hot ashes, or other heated materials in their solid waste containers. These materials will melt the container, may cause a fire, and can damage city solid waste vehicles.

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