ADVICE ON HOW TO STORE FUEL SAFELY AT HOME

Terry Luty, an Admin of the ‘Bridlington Neighbourhood Watch’ Facebook Group, and other groups on Facebook, has shared the following, very important advice, onto his groups pages:

“A little word from us on the safe storage of fuel…

Simply put – please do not store excessive amounts in or around your home. Fuel and fuel vapour can be extremely flammable, explosive and toxic! ⚠️

Official guidance, from the Health and Safety Executive states that you can legally only store 30 litres of petrol or diesel at a domestic residence or non-workplace.

Up to 10 litres can be stored in plastic containers, and 20 litres in metal containers.

You should also ensure fuel is never stored within your home. It should be kept in a well ventilated, secure outbuilding away from any sources of ignition.

Let’s stay safe!”👍

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