It is environmentally friendly and non-toxic. While propane is “a clean-burning fuel,” it’s still a non-renewable resource. The U.S actually uses the most propane compared to any other country.
Propane seems to be a good middle-ground between the best-case options of completely natural renewable resources like wind, solar and geothermal energy, and the completely destructive poisonous non-renewable sources like petroleum and coal. Propane, thankfully, is not going to hurt us… but it’s not a long-term solution either.
But doesn’t propane come from natural gas processing? And doesn’t that natural gas come from a process called Fracking?
Yes, and the fact that it comes from natural gas is what makes it not as bad for the environment. But propane is still ultimately fuel that was made eons ago, and when it’s used up, it’s all gone.
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