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Used Propane Tanks or Storage in Maine

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by HeatFarmer, Sep 22, 2011.

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  1. Eddie1975

    Eddie1975 New Member

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    Do you have contact info?

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  2. BoilerBob

    BoilerBob Member

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    I don't know how close you are to the NB border, but these guys seem to have a few in stock!
    Propane Tanks 2500 Gallon 23ft length x 54" dia .....Call for price [​IMG]

    Tri Province Enterprise, Scrap Metals
    Main Office

    88 Toombs Street
    Moncton, NB E1A 3A5

    Phone: (506) 858-8110

    Fax:
    (506) 859-7202

    Email:
    info@triprovince.com
  3. Eddie1975

    Eddie1975 New Member

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    Thank you! I just sent a email to them. I really hope that they have one. It would be just about perfect for my project.
  4. maple1

    maple1 Minister of Fire

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    That place has a mountain of them - that pic only shows some. It's been a while since I was there though. It's where I got mine. They're not giving them away but I was very happy to find them - no issues & smooth transaction. You might want to check out the implications of bringing them across the border though?

    Here's a web page:

    http://www.triprovince.com/Seconds-Yard.page

    Got mine a year & half ago, at that time 110s were $65, 500's were $450, 330s were $350, 1000s were $600.
  5. woodsmaster

    woodsmaster Minister of Fire

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    If you can get 1000 gallon tanks for a 100 each you better stock up. I think they are worth more than that for scrap.
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