Nuclear Fallout: Five Survival Tips
19 June 2015
Post-apocalyptic movies and terrifying nuclear plant meltdowns are bringing awareness to the dangers of nuclear radiation. Although unlikely to occur, most states and cities have a plan in place for dealing with nuclear fallout.
If you are worried about the possibility of a nuclear fallout, the best thing you can do is be prepared. By being prepared, you will have the necessary supplies on hand to shield yourself and your family.
Three Tips To Prevent A Partially Full Propane Tank From Tumbling Around In Your Car
21 May 2015
Lugging a heavy propane tank that you got in a tank exchange into your car will probably be difficult because of its unfamiliar shape. Getting an exchange tank is also a problem because most vendors won't completely fill them up; this means that while the tank is heavy enough to be dangerous, its center of gravity is out of whack enough to cause it to tumble everywhere. To prevent your partially full propane tank from tumbling around in your car and damaging both itself and the floor of your trunk, follow these three tips.
Three of the Most Common Mistakes When Shipping Hazardous Materials
16 April 2015
If your company is responsible for shipping materials that may be hazardous, there's a good chance you're aware of all the regulations and restrictions that go along with this process. It can be incredibly confusing to sort out all the specifics. Unfortunately, it's easy to make a mistake. Here's a look at two of the most common mistakes companies make when shipping hazardous materials and what you can do to avoid them.
First Time With Propane Fuel? Here's How To Ease The Transition
11 March 2015
If you're moving to a rural location, it may surprise you to learn that your home uses propane fuel because it has no access to piped natural gas. This is quite common, but it may take some getting used to on your part. Here are some tips for easing the transition to propane.
Propane as a Fuel Source
Propane can be an efficient and easy source of fuel. How much you use depends first of all on the number of appliances in your home that run on propane.