該組織在夏季熱浪中開展了 "禁止燃燒的東西 "的活動--並指出，7月21日，倫敦消防隊經歷了自閃電戰以來最繁忙的一天。
她指出，法國、美國和 "烤肉之鄉 "澳大利亞都已出台禁令。
A proposal to ban the use of disposable barbecues in beauty spots such as moorland and beaches has been introduced to the House of Commons.
However, there is widespread support among MPs of all parties and ministers are currently weighing up the evidence.
"We expect this research to be completed by early next year when we will be in a position to consider further action," a statement added.
The organisation ran a drive to "ban the flaming things" over the summer heat wave - and pointed out that on 21 July, London Fire Brigade experienced its busiest day since the Blitz.
Keep Britain Tidy also carried out a survey of local authorities, which found that of the 105 councils that responded, 83% said that disposable BBQs caused significant issues.
She described how a disposable barbecue was picked up by the wind, before starting a fire that burnt 20 acres of gorseland, destroying the habitats and nesting sites of a number of species.
The Conservative MP also warned that disposable barbecues can cause injuries to children and pets - and one even reignited inside a bin lorry.
She pointed out that France, the United States and the "home of the barbecue", Australia, had all introduced bans.
Earlier this year then Environment Minister, Victoria Prentis said: "Disposable barbecues, if used correctly, do not, in themselves, pose a wildfire risk; it is when they are left unattended, or used recklessly, that the risk occurs."