Burning waste oil to generate heat for your business is an economical option that is perfect for any business that produces oil. By burning your waste oil, you not only eliminate transportation costs and liability but also eliminate additional heating costs. In just five years of using a Clean Burn waste oil burner, you can save more than $12,000 on heating costs.Learn More
When you burn your waste oil, you eliminate the need to transport it to a secure disposal location. In doing this, you decrease the risk of compromising the environment with leaks or spills. Additionally, burning your own oil for heat reduces the pressure put on the Earth's natural resources.Learn More
Interstate Energy is Colorado and Eastern Wyoming's ONLY authorized Clean Burn distributor. Our technicians are highly experienced in the installation and service of all Clean Burn waste oil burners. We offer waste oil furnaces and boilers for space and water heating, as well as the Clean Burn Recycling Center. Additionally, we are a licensed distributor of Mi-T-M products, including pressure washers and air compressors.Learn More
Clean Burn is #1 in so many ways. Clean Burn is the market leader in used oil fired furnaces and boilers, we are #1 in customer satisfaction and we are #1 offering the best warranty in the industry.
Clean Burn’s industry leading warranty provides the only no hassle, 100% replacement for your furnace heat exchanger/combustion chamber for 10 years or 15,000 hours; whichever comes first. It is the only 100% unlimited warranty in the industry.
- Is Burning Waste Oil Environmentally Friendly?
Written on Friday, 28 May 2021 13:00
Our world still runs on oil, despite major breakthroughs in renewable energy, waste reduction, and public awareness of the oil industry. We're making gradual progress toward greener energy sources for business, infrastructure, and our daily lives, but we still have a long way to go before we can totally abandon fossil fuels. In the meanwhile, every contribution we may make is beneficial. So, is burning waste oil actually good for the environment?