Dawson’s Alternative Fuels is capable of converting vehicles over to propane. We have certified technicians, as well as, certified inspectors. We also repair vehicles that have been converted to propane. For more information on alternative fuels, contact Bob Evans at (480) 990-2245.
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At Arizona Propane, we handle all types of propane needs
• trained drivers to deliver gas to your home or business.
• variety of tanks for lease, purchase, and exchange
• capable of repairing your tank. If your tank is outdated, we have
• trained technicians who can re-certify your tank
• underground, above-ground, tank, propane, and natural gas line installations
• in house plumbing gas lines for fireplaces and appliances.
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Winter has finally come along and most people are staying inside. But that doesn’t have to be the case! Buying an outdoor propane fire pit can make your yard accessible all year and can be a very attractive addition.
If your yard isn’t big enough to accommodate a full size fire pit then there are also other variations. The more compact propane fire pit table, is quite affordable. Not to mention that they are easy to install or that since it is propane powered there is no buying logs and cleaning up the mess afterwards.
Remember there is a difference between a firepit and a BBQ grill. Fire pits are designed to give off heat and be safe as it does it. Grills on the other hand are made for cooking food at high heat, not safety. So if your thinking that it might be a cheap substitiution, think again.
One of the best parts about having a propane fire pit is that is clean burning! Being environmentally friendly is very important now a days and when has going green ever been bad?
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Due to a grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources the Chadwick Cardinals have purchased two propane-powered buses. What a way to help the environment by cutting down air pollution!
“The buses are magnificent,” said Dr. Bill Wheeler, co-superintendent of Chadwick schools. “They are great for our school and even better for the environment.”
“Chadwick was part of a group who competed nationally for the grant,” said Amy Strickland, project manager with Drury University’s Ozark Center for Sustainable Solutions, who administered the grants in southwest Missouri for the DNR. “Originally we thought they were only going to get one new diesel bus, then we started looking at alternative fuels and realized we could help the environment even more and help the district get two new buses.”
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