The Canyon Lake Fire Department now accepts out-of-service fire extinguishers. The department provides a convenient way for Canyon Lake residents to dispose of their old, broken, or expired fire extinguishers.
Traditional fire extinguishers generally have a 10 to 12-year life expectancy. Disposable (non-rechargeable) fire extinguishers should be replaced every 10 years.
The three safest methods for fire extinguisher disposal are recycling it when empty, dropping it off at a fire department, or taking it to a specialty disposal facility.
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