In advance of Fourth of July holiday celebrations, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ (DCA) Division of Fire Safety issued firework safety guidelines to help the public understand the state’s fireworks regulation.  Please check out the NJ DCA website here for all firework safety guideline information

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However, in the event people decide to use non-aerial fireworks, Acting State Fire Marshal Mikutsky urges them to follow these safely guidelines:

-Only buy from reputable places;
-Don’t buy if packaging is damaged or appears tampered with;
-Don’t try and “fix” broken or “dud” fireworks;
-Never use indoors;
-Don’t use in very windy or dry conditions;
-Always have water handy and follow manufacturer’s instructions;
-Never relight a “dud” firework;
-Never aim a firework at yourself, another person, animals, or buildings;
-Wait 20 minutes to dispose of properly.