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Propane’s tale of the tape

May 1, 2005 - By

The American Petroleum Institute reports that nationwide retail sales of propane -- excluding chemical use -- in 2003 was 11.8 billion gallons, a 1.1 percent drop-off from 2002 sales. read more

Full plates lead to stop and go safety

May 1, 2005 - By

While attending the Southeastern Trade Show, I had dinner with some safety friends at a unique, all-you-can-eat Brazilian barbeque restaurant. read more

Linear thinking in a cyclical world

May 1, 2005 - By

Many of us incorrectly view the world as neat, clean and predictable. read more

Stepping up to highway safety

May 1, 2005 - By

Commercial motor vehicle highway safety should become the next major state traffic initiative, the U.S. House of Representatives has decreed. read more

New products go to extremes in the highly competitive grill industry

May 1, 2005 - By

Hotter. Cooler. Bigger. Smaller. Fire and water, too. Not to mention ice. In many ways, barbecue grills seem to be moving to extremes for 2005, or combining what may seem -- at least at first -- to be conflicting elements. read more

Ready for ‘take off’

May 1, 2005 - By

A new nationwide campaign to reduce air pollution at airports offers financial incentives to convert ground transportation fleets to run on alternative fuels -- including propane. read more