Picking up on the discussion about the Firefly system and possible reuse of igniters, it's interesting that our general awareness of plastic use has come up. I remember back in 1999 when I started UKFR and it was considered a "hoot" to let off a 1000 shot plastic missile cake and then churn up the debris for the next decade every time you mowed the lawn. But today... not sure I would even dream about letting such a firework off. I wonder if we're going to see any proactive changes being made in the fireworks industry with regards to environmental concerns? I'm happy letting off the majority of consumer items which leave a card/paper carcass which can be recycled. How about rockets though... is it practical to make the casings from card instead of plastic? And those plastic fuse covers... we never did find a use for them, is the plastic recyclable? I'm not suggesting we get too anal about it, for example you can't compromise the safety of an explosive item simply to try and reduce plastic use if there's no other alternatives available. But it's a subject that's more and more relevant as we realise where Earth is heading... so am very interested to know your views.