If your business produces waste oil, you are familiar with the trials and tribulations that come with disposal. Handling a highly toxic substance puts you in a position of high-risk, so minimizing that is in your best interest as a business owner. Recycling your waste oil is a good option, one that many business owners are considering as industries seek out ways to be more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly. Our Clean Burn heaters are the perfect solution if you are interested in recycling your waste oil. Let’s talk about how our waste oil burning heaters work so you can get to know the benefits recycling waste oil for heat can offer your business.
Growing businesses that produce used oil can benefit from recycling it and using the used oil as energy to heat their buildings. With a variety of different systems available, you can find the perfect option for every business - from one room workshop to a multi-location organization. The CB5000 is the largest waste oil furnace that the EPA allows. Let us talk a little more about the CB5000 and find out which size of waste oil heater is right for you.
If you are in an industry, like the automotive or manufacturing industry, that produces a lot of waste oil, you are probably familiar with the liability with and the hassle of disposing of it. You are also probably familiar with the opportunities for used oil recycling and the benefits it can offer both your business and the environment. Let us talk about the benefits of used oil recycling and how to start doing so in your business.
Whether you live in a rural community or a metropolitan area, agriculture is key to the sustainable lifestyle that you enjoy. It doesn’t matter how many degrees of separation there are between you and the foods, drinks, and clothing you need, at the end of the day it comes down to the men and women in agriculture whose operations led to their production. Because our Clean Burn products can be an incredible asset to agricultural operations, Interstate Energy will have a booth at the 55th Annual Colorado Farm Show in 2019.