Winter in Colorado and Wyoming is often frigid and long, and heating bills for your business can rise during the cold winter months. Investing in a Clean Burn waste oil heater can heavily offset those heating costs for your business while proving to be a more environmentally friendly way of disposing of your waste oil byproducts. Let’s dive into the benefits of a waste oil heater and why you need one this winter.

Autumn is here! Are you ready for the cooler weather? Even though you've already put away your warm weather clothing, there's still plenty to do and prepare before winter arrives. Many businesses don't take care of their heating systems during the summer and fall, which can lead to heating problems. Fall furnace maintenance is extremely important because no business owner wants to be without heating during unpredictable weather. If you have a used oil heater, maintenance should be your top priority in the next few weeks.

The world is full of used oil. We use oil products to fuel our cars, cook food, heat homes, power machines, make plastics, lubricate machinery, and run many industrial processes. But what do we do with the leftover oil byproducts once we've finished using the original fuel sources? If you're like most people, you probably just dispose of it with a third party, but that approach has a few risks. Fortunately, you can reuse the waste oil for heat in your business with a Clean Burn used oil burner.

Waste oil furnaces might seem like very complex devices, but with the right support, anyone can understand them. We’ve developed a helpful guide for waste oil furnaces troubleshooting that should help make your maintenance a little easier for you.