Talks are to be held on Chinese lanterns after Labour questioned if "absolutely nothing" was being done by the Government following a recycling plant blaze in Smethwick.
Fire Services believe a lantern floating above the Jayplas facility sparked a fire which ripped through 100,000 plastic bales and causing £6 million of damage.
Environment minister David Heath told the Commons that further talks are planned with the Department for Communities and Local Government to see what action can be taken.
Northamptonshire's Arson Task Force is warning local residents about floating lanterns following the fire at a Smethwick recycling plant.
Around 50,000 tonnes of plastic recycling material and a factory is on fire in Smethwick.