Little Kamper 1lb Propane Tank Exchange
Do you like cooking outdoors while camping or tailgating?
Do you use disposable propane tanks for your camp stove, BBQ, lantern, or heater?
Did you know that discarded propane tanks are considered hazardous waste?
If you care about the environment and you use 1lb propane tanks for your outdoor recreation, you should choose and use a tank that reduces waste.
Choose Little Kamper Zero-Waste 1lb Propane Tank Exchange
- Perfect for outdoor cooking at your campsite, tailgate party, or picnic table!
- Little Kamper 1lb propane tank exchange reduces waste!
- It’s the environmentally smart way to buy 1lb propane tanks.
Propane is the ideal camp and tailgate fuel choice
If you love cooking outdoors, propane is the smart choice when it comes to tailgate parties, picnics, or camping. Here’s why.
- Propane is easy to use – with propane camp fuel, there’s nothing to pour, prime, or pump.
- Propane is inexpensive – refillable propane cylinders are the affordable camp fuel solution.
- Propane is eco-friendly – clean-burning propane cannot contaminate soil or water.
- Propane is convenient – propane is sold at Kamps Propane offices and many retail stores.
- Propane is safe – propane cylinders are manufactured to high standards set by US DOT.
- Better than charcoal – propane is less expensive and much easier to use than charcoal.
- Better than white gas – propane is easier to use and less harmful to the environment than white gas.
Disposable Propane Tanks Are Not Worth What They Cost.
When you buy a 1lb disposable propane tank, the packaging (the tank) costs more than the contents (the propane). Once you use the propane, the cost of recycling the container is higher than the value of the steel. Glass bottles and aluminum cans get recycled. 1lb propane cylinders are often tossed in the landfill.
For the managers of our National, State, Regional, and local park systems, this represents a problem. More people use propane for cooking in our parks every year. The high quantity of disposable propane tanks left in park system trash containers creates an expense that takes park budget dollars away from park programs.
The Little Kamper solves the biggest problem associated with using propane as a camp fuel – the environmental consequences of disposable propane tanks.
The Little Kamper Helps Our Parks – Here’s how.
We seek the experience of being outdoors as a way of spending time with our loved
ones in places where things are simpler. We camp in the mountains, along rivers, and by the beach. These precious spaces belong to all of us and we each must accept responsibility for their care. Reducing the volume of disposable propane cylinders that we purchase and eventually throw away is a great step in that direction. Choose the camping fuel solution that reduces pollution.
Visit us and get your Little Kampers!
We have 12 locations to serve you – from the San Francisco Bay (Hayward and Antioch) to the Central Valley (Sacramento, Walnut Grove, Manteca, Delhi, and Dinuba) to the Sierra Foothills (Placerville, Pioneer, and Sonora) and San Diego County (Alpine and Ramona).
Our offices are open Monday – Friday from 8 am-5 pm. We’ll have Little Kamper propane cylinders pre-filled and ready for purchase and exchange when you bring them back empty.
Get the bright green cylinder for your next camping trip or tailgate party. It’s the smart way to cook outdoors!