Is there anything more tedious than cleaning? It’s a never ending cycle of strenuous scrubbing that only lasts for so long before you have to do it all over again. At home, you may be able to push your cleaning intervals beyond their limits, but when you’re talking about equipment that has an impact on the efficiency of you business operation, it’s rarely worth the risk. Not wanting to burden your operation with bogged-down equipment does not a cleaning enthusiast make, though. You can ease the stress and strain of cleaning and maintenancing your equipment by making the right purchasing decision in the first place.
If you’re in an industry that generates a lot of oil, you’re familiar with the environmental compliance requirements that you must adhere to. There is quite a bit of liability associated with generating oil and your responsibility as a business to dispose of it. In order to adhere to restrictions and regulations, you have to have an in depth understanding of what kind of oil you’re dealing with. Knowing the difference between used oil and waste oil is essential to not only avoiding legal ramifications but also environmental harm due to improper disposal. As a leading distributor of used and waste oil heating systems, we want to take a deep dive into the difference between a used oil burner and a waste oil burner.
Spring is in full swing and you know what that means: spring cleaning! From your home to your car to your business, with longer, sunnier days come more motivation to get everything in order. For many business owners, this time of year also means that it’s time to schedule your Clean Burn waste oil furnace maintenance. For those considering a waste oil furnace for their business, maintenance is a big deciding factor, so our technicians wanted to take a minute to share what Clean Burn maintenance looks like and what it might look like in your business.
As global warming and other environmental factors become an increasingly more mainstream issue, many businesses are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and operate responsibly within their industry. For business operations like auto shops and farming, generating oil is a necessary evil. There is simply no way to avoid this part of the job, but there is a way to put the oil to better use after it has been used. Waste oil burning furnaces are a popular option for businesses who generate a lot of oil and want to reduce their overhead costs while making a positive impact on the environment. Let’s talk about how oil burning furnaces work and what makes them a great choice for your business.