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Propane Tanks

Recycling centers that accept: Propane Tanks

Be careful while handling propane tanks as their contents are toxic and explosive.
REDUCE
Most Home Depots, Lowes, Publixs, and Walmarts will exchange an empty tank for a full one for around $20. Visit their websites listed below and call to check the nearest location.
RECYCLE
If the tank is empty and the valve can be removed (do not attempt to remove the valve if the tank is NOT empty), it may be recycled at one of the metal recyclers listed below.
If the tank has gas in it, the valve cannot be removed, and you wish to dispose of it rather than refill it, visit one of the AmeriGas offices listed below.


Home Depot- All Locations

Home Depot Stores will refill most any propane tank and will exchange empty AmeriGas propane tanks for full ones. For the nearest location, please visit the website below.

Your neighborhood The Home Depot Store has partnered with Call2Recycle, a non-profit battery recycling program. You can recycle rechargeable batteries free by placing them in Call2Recycle bins at the store. Any rechargeable battery, including lithium batteries or a cellphone battery that weighs up to 11 pounds and is under 300 watt hours, is accepted. To find a location that accepts batteries, visit: https://www.call2recycle.org/locator

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Hours: Most Locations: Monday through Saturday: 6:00 am-9 pm and Sunday: 8:00 am-8:00 pm Materials Accepted: ,
Lowe's- All Locations

All Lowe’s recycle this product. For the nearest location, please visit the website below.

Batteries – You can recycle rechargeable batteries free by placing them in Call2Recycle bins at the store. Any rechargeable battery, including lithium batteries or a cellphone battery that weighs up to 11 pounds and is under 300 watt hours, is accepted. To find a location that accepts batteries, visit: https://www.call2recycle.org/locator Drop-off bins are located just inside the doors of most local stores – no charge. To find a location closest to you, visit: https://www.call2recycle.org/locator/

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Hours: Most Locations: Monday through Saturday: 6:00 am-9 pm and Sunday: 8:00 am-8:00 pm Materials Accepted: , , ,
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