I've got several empty Coleman propane canisters that I've used with my car camping stove. What are my options for getting rid of them other than sending them to the landfill? I think Coleman had a recycling program a few years back, but that was discontinued if I'm not mistaken. I realize the answer going forward is to simply not use these non-refillable canisters, but that doesn't address my current conundrum. Anyone? _________________ http://wildsouthland.blogspot.com
Compressed gas cylinders. Includes propane tanks used for BBQ or plumbing."
LA City has centers you can take these items if you are a resident, umm current DWP bill is required?
Don't know about other cities/localites
earth911.com has a recycling center finder _________________ So many canyons...So little time
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Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 2:43 pm Post subject: Cannisters
They are refillable off a regular gas bbq tank. It takes an adapter that costs under $10 and you put the empty tanks in the freezer for an hour before refilling them. Makes the cost of gas for stoves and lanterns a LOT lower. If in doubt, check youtube
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