From water and home heating, to cooking and clothes drying, propane provides essential energy solutions to help you save money and the environment.
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Propane is used daily by hundreds of thousands of Canadians from coast to coast to coast, from heating homes, drying crops, powering forklifts to transporting children to school.
The health and safety of customers and employees are vital to the propane industry.
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We are quickly heading into winter, but propane heaters can help take the bite out of the cold. Follow the CPA’s safety tips to help ensure comfort and safety in the open air.
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In a future low-carbon economy, propane market penetration will most likely be shaped by its price competitiveness and lower comparative emissions relative to other fossil fuels.
At the start of the barbecue season or when you change the propane cylinder, complete this three-step safety check
Knowing how to use patio heaters and open-flame appliances safely will help everyone enjoy outdoor dining well into the fall and winter season while avoiding the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and fire.
If you live in an area that’s at risk of wildfires, make sure your family is prepared for the unexpected. Before, during, and after a wildfire, there are a few key things to consider to keep your family and your home as safe as possible. Follow the tips below and contact your local propane supplier if your propane system ever gets damaged.
Propane cylinders should never be thrown in household garbage or recycling containers for roadside pick-up!
Ensure you and your families are comfortable & safe this winter
Carbon monoxide (Co) is a colorless, odorless and tasteless toxic gas. All fuel-burning appliances can present the risk of CO poisoning if not installed, operated, vented or maintained properly.
Small cylinders are compact and portable – it is no wonder they are used extensively for RVing, camping, and backpacking, not to mention powering outdoor equipment like fire pits and barbecues
Whether caused by heavy rain, spring thaws or other emergencies, floods can create disruption for unprepared propane users. Fortunately, a little knowledge and a few simple measures can help keep your home and family safe.