Green Energy, Propane Gas
December 6th, 2016 by Tevis Propane
If you are looking for a green energy solution, look no further than propane. Propane is non-toxic and will not create an environmental hazard if released as a liquid or vapor into the water or soil.
As a green energy source, propane is one of the cleanest-burning fossil fuels. Propane is not classified as a greenhouse gas. It does not damage plant or animal life and it will not harm soil if spilled on the ground. Propane will not cause harm to drinking water supplies and it’s vapor will not cause air pollution. A whole home study done by the Propane Education & Research Council shows that each propane appliance results in a minimum of 70 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions per appliance.
Propane is listed as an approved clean fuel by the U.S. Government. Using propane cuts smog producing exhaust by as much as 70 percent. Propane engine exhausts is clean and friendly to the environment that propane powered forklifts operating inside warehouse through the world. Think about the last time you saw a diesel powered forklift inside a warehouse. Studies from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) show that propane is an attractive option for reducing greenhouse gas emission in nearly any application. Additionally, many propane fueled vehicles are certified by the EPA as meeting the Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle stands.
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