Two weeks after a huge fire at a plastics recycling plant in Smethwick, the fire service and the owners of the company are looking at ways to stop it happening again.
It started after a floating sky lantern landed on bales of recycled supermarket packaging and took days to put out. Now the clean up operation has finally begun in what was described as the biggest fire ever dealt with in the West Midlands. Chris Halpin reports.
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.