Helium tank disposal

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  1. disney is my life

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    Hello, I am planning on order a helium tank and some balloon boquets from partycity.com to be delivered to my resort so i can blow up some balloons for my dd's birthday. But i was wondering what i should do with the helium tank when i'm done with it. Here in Ontario Canada we have to take empty helium tanks directly to a dump they won't pick them up curbside. Is it the same in Florida? Should I just leave it in the room when i leave or will I be charged? Does anyone have any experience with this? what would you do?
     
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  3. dvcHammer

    dvcHammer Drinking at Disney

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    Call housekeeping once you are done with it and let them know, they've dealt with this before.
     
  4. disney is my life

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    Great thank you so much! Would you happen to know if they'll charge me?

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  5. Micca

    Micca Where there's a will, there's an heir

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    We usually leave just enough helium in them that they float away. ;)
     
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    Lol :P

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  7. HubbDave

    HubbDave Remember, no matter where you go, there you are

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    I would assume there is a charge. An empty cylinder (even the little party ones) can't go into the regular trash...it needs to be devalved and empty...
     

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