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Old propane tanks can be exchanged for new ones, disposed of at a municipal waste center or can be taken to a local hazardous waste disposal center that allows them. Propane tanks should never be thrown away with trash. More »

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Average customers do not need to do any maintenance on their propane storage tanks besides ensuring that the gas never fully runs out and possibly scheduling a yearly inspection by an expert. Allowing your tank to become... More »

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The only accurate method of measuring the amount of propane remaining in a tank is by weighing the tank after disconnecting it from the grill, according to Ressler Propane. The most common tank for use on grills and othe... More »

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To find used propane cylinders or tanks, customers can visit online sites that buy, sell or refurbish these items. Some companies that offer these services are Tank Solutions Inc., BLT Tanks and Repurposed Materials Inc. More »

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Blue Rhino propane tanks are not available for refills, but rather exchanged for full tanks. When an empty tank is returned, it is cleaned, repainted if necessary, leak-tested, safety-inspected, refilled and covered with... More »

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Propane tanks for at-home cooking and heating usage are widely available at gas stations throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Propane fuel for vehicles can be purchased at specific fueling stations, including some gas s... More »

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Dispose of most propane cylinders by taking the empty or broken cylinder to the retailer from which you purchased the cylinder. Most reputable propane retailers dispose of their own cylinders free of charge, and some als... More »

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