Propane Safety

Michigan’s licensed cannabis facilities use fuels like propane for grow and processing operations. 

Propane is used to extract oil / terpenes from marijuana plants without affecting the final product.

Propane is colorless, odorless and non-toxic. The EPA and U.S. Department of Energy considers propane a clean alternative fuel (EPA Clean Air Act). It does not contaminate water or the air.

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The Medical and Recreational Marijuana Industry is regulated in Michigan. 
This includes the use of propane in a cannabis operation.

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Propane is a Clean Fuel, Learn How Else Michigan Propane is Used:

Propane is the most widely used car and truck fuel in the world. Michigan has over 33,000 propane vehicles.

The Michigan Propane Commission offers a propane water heater or boiler rebate to rural residents and licensed installers.

According to the EPA, more than 60 million Americans use propane as a clean burning fuel for heating rural homes and businesses.

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Propane is a Clean Fuel, Learn How Else Michigan Propane is Used:

Propane is the most widely used car and truck fuel in the world. Michigan has over 33,000 propane vehicles.

The Michigan Propane Commission offers a propane water heater or boiler rebate to rural residents and licensed installers.

According to the EPA, more than 60 million Americans use propane as a clean burning fuel for heating rural homes and businesses.

Michigan food truck safety is important to get your operation ready for the season. Learn about Michigan food safety regulations on this website.

Our grilling receipts are easy to make and put smiles on faces! Plus, we have some grill safety advice.