A Christmas tree that’s caught on fire happens all too often during the holiday season, as the numbers show. According to the German Insurance Association (GDV), fires are more common at the end of the year – there are 40 percent more than in spring and fall. People shouldn’t underestimate the risk. And once a Christmas tree starts to burn, reacting quickly is a must.
As a manufacturer of flame retardants like Disflamoll®, Reofos® and Levagard®, LANXESS is a fire safety expert. This year, we are sharing a few tips on how to safely make it through the holidays.