The Green Side of Gas


I’m sure you’ve heard that by switching to propane gas in your home, you’re not only reducing costs but also living more eco-friendly- and that’s a huge plus for anyone looking for ways to improve an energy efficient lifestyle. The green side of propane gas is well known, but do you know exactly how? According to Propane101, this incredible gas has been approved by the U.S. Government as a clean fuel source, with numerous studies providing overwhelming evidence that using propane cuts smog producing exhaust by as much as 70 percent.

Get to know why the gas is indeed greener on the other side with these interesting facts that’ll make you happy to have made the switch to gas or perhaps help persuade you to hop the fence into greener pastures.

Is It A Greenhouse Gas?

Nope. This multi-talented gas is non-toxic, non-caustic and will not cause harm if released as a liquid or vapor. Even if a spill occurred, the impact would be unnoticeably minimal and non-lasting.  Of course, always be careful with fire since propane gas can easily be ignited when the vapors come into contact, and this can then turn dangerous.

What If It Comes Into Contact With Water?

Whether propane comes into contact with freshwater or saltwater ecosystems, you can rest easy, because plant and marine life will not be affected by this gentle gas. Remember, the physical characteristics of propane can be harmful, but the chemical makeup is not. Even if you were to spill liquid propane in the soil, it would not cause harm to drinking water.

Propane Gas Emissions Are Low

Propane vapor does not contribute to air pollution. When fuel  such as wood, coal, gas, oil or propane are burned, byproducts are released into the atmosphere, called greenhouse gases. Propane is clean burning though, releasing an minuscule amount of emissions that are much lower than that released by the combustion of other fuels.

There are so many beneficial uses for propane in your home or business that stretch far beyond just heating or cooking. It can be used in transportation to power buses, fuel forklifts or heat dryers. Contact us today and discover how to utilize this environmentally friendly fuel source in your everyday life to reduce the carbon footprint.

Posted on 
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Wednesday, April 18, 2018