When we bought our house in 2005 we were advised by our utility company that there was a gas line on the property. We discovered it is at the bottom of an old BBQ grill that apparently didn't work and was turned into a planter, overflowing with ivy.
One day I came outside to find the grill/planter had fallen over exposing the brass or copper gas tubing.
What can I do with this now? It appears copper is no longer considered stable for gas so I suppose I can't use it for a fire pit.
Suggestions? i have sent an email to the utility company asking for advice. The copper is now bent because the planter fell.
Thanks in advance!