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Businesses like automobile dealerships, car washes, gas stations, trucking companies, and many others may produce waste oils on a regular basis. Those types of businesses are all considered to be generators of waste oil by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. If you’re one of those companies, then you need to follow EPA regulations regarding your waste oil byproducts. And if you're wondering: "are waste oil burners legal?" the answer is yes.

Published in Waste Oil

Did you know that the used motor oils your business creates can be repurposed for another use? Used oil gets dirty and can actually be recycled. Recycling old motor oil and other used oils saves energy and helps protect the environment. If you recycle your oil byproducts with a waste oil heating system, you help save oil, conserve a natural resource, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Are you looking for pick up for used oil? Let's dive into why it's better to burn your used oil with a Clean Burn waste oil burner.

Published in Industries

Waste oil heaters offer a convenient way to get free heat for your facilities from a used resource. You may be searching for the cheapest option when it comes to burning a waste oil heater but, in all honesty, this heating system is not something you can skimp on. A cheap waste oil heater could pose serious problems for you down the line and there are many reasons to instead invest in a Clean Burn waste oil heating system.

Published in Waste Oil
Monday, 17 September 2018 10:23

Understanding Your Waste Oil Disposal Liability

Any business that generates hazardous waste must follow the regulations put out under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. These regulations were established in 1976, yet many organizations are unsure of what their liability is when they produce and dispose of hazardous waste. The RCRA gives the EPA the authority to control hazardous waste from the “cradle-to-grave.” Let's talk about what this unique type of liability means for industries that generate hazardous waste.

Published in Waste Oil