Keep Us Safe, Don’t Throw Hot Charcoals in the Trash!

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Keep us safe, don't throw hot charcoals in the trash!

Well, Y’all, it happened.


Driver Gene was in the middle of route when he glanced at his backup camera and noticed smoke. Evidently, someone had thrown still-hot charcoals into the trash the night before.


Luckily, Gene wasn’t injured in the incident, but it was a really close call. We’re thanking God he wasn’t hurt.


As we get into the summer, we are all excited about grilling out with friends and family (especially after this whole pandemic thing). Please, please, please don’t put charcoal in your trash can – even if you think they are ‘out.’ We’re guessing the customer in this situation thought they were!

Christopher Saul is the Chief Marketing Officer for Adams Sanitation. When he isn’t slinging hot garbage from the keyboard – he is spending time with his family. He also likes to watch his SMU Mustangs play football and basketball. 

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