Fuel Tanks (Pressurized) Camping & Backpacking Stoves

(Last Updated: 6/5/2019)

Do not put pressurized gas canisters (butane/propane, isobutane, isopro) camping and backpacking fuel containers into your garbage or recycling bin. It can be impossible to tell whether they are empty, and this puts workers at risk.
 
Take them to the Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Facility or to Navy City Metals for no charge disposal.
 
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Rethink
Consider using liquid fuels/white gas instead of pressurized gas fuels. These bottles can be easily refilled and reused, unlike pressurized gas containers.
 
If you can, use a refillable barbeque-style propane tank and adapter hose with your camping stove.