Propane is used by millions of Americans each day. As one of the cleanest burning of all fossil fuels, propane produces significantly less emissions and is widely recognized as an environmentally friendly fuel alternative.
Propane is a non-toxic gas, will not contaminate soil or groundwater supplies, and is exempt from the EPA's tough underground storage regulations.
Industrial uses include propane-driven forklifts and fleet vehicles.
Millions of commercial establishments, including restaurants and hotels, depend upon propane for heating, cooking and other uses. Ninety-seven percent of professional chefs prefer cooking with gas.
Propane is used on hundreds of thousands of U.S. farms for irrigation pumps, grain dryers, standby generators, pest control, and other farm equipment. It is an essential fuel for crop drying, flame cultivation, fruit ripening, space and water heating, and food refrigeration.
Millions choose this clean-burning fuel for bus, taxi, delivery, and other fleets to minimize air pollution in metropolitan areas.