The web sites listed below are an
excellent resource for your propane gas and safety questions or concerns.
Gas Appliance Manufacturers
The Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association ( GAMA ) represents manufacturers of
appliances, components and products used in connection with space heating, water
heating and commercial food service
& Barbecue Association
Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA) is an international trade association
first established in 1980 to represent and promote the interests of the hearth products
industry in North America. In 2001, Hearth Products Association (HPA) merged with
Barbecue Industry Association (BIA) 2001 to form HPBA. The Association includes manufacturers,
retailers, distributors, manufacturers' representatives, service and installation
firms, and other companies and individuals - all having business interests in and
related to the hearth, patio, and barbecue products industry.
The mission of the National Barbecue Association is to provide the barbecue and related
industries with a visionary, beneficial, and responsive association.
National Fire Protection
NFPA is a worldwide leader in providing fire, electrical, and life safety to the
National Propane Gas
The National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) is the national trade association representing
the propane industry. Members include small businesses and large corporations engaged
in the retail marketing of propane gas and appliances; producers and wholesalers
of propane equipment; manufacturers and distributors of propane gas appliances and
equipment; fabricators of propane gas cylinders and tanks; and propane transporters.
Propane 101 is designed with one simple goal...to educate consumers about propane
so that they may better understand this valuable and efficient fuel as well as promote
a more effective relationship between gas customers and their suppliers. The information
within is an expanding resource that will attempt to explain propane, gas systems
and the uses of propane in the commercial, industrial and residential markets.
The Propane Education & Research Council promotes the safe, efficient use of
odorized propane gas as a preferred energy source through investments in research,
safety, and consumer initiatives. The Council was authorized by the U.S. Congress
with the passage of the Propane Education and Research Act (PERA), October 11, 1996.
The Propane Vehicle Council was established in early 1994 to advance propane's future
as a clean, safe and superior performing alternative transportation fuel.
The PropaneSafety.com website is designed to serve as the premier source of reliable
information for preventing or responding to propane emergencies. The site was developed
by a team of highly qualified propane product and container specialists from the
National Propane Gas Association (NPGA).
Propane Gas Association
of New England
The Propane Gas Association of New England is a trade association representing nearly
500 members who sell propane or propane related appliances and equipment in the 6
New England States. PGANE exists to serve the propane industry by promoting safety,
education and public awareness of the uses of propane..