A used oil heater can typically pay for itself in two years
Millions of gallons of used oil are improperly dumped every year. The advantages of burning used or waste oil are numerous and help both business owners and the environment.
In addition to saving on energy costs, whether it is gas or electric, used-oil recycling eliminates costs for hauling and cradle-to-grave liability for the safe disposal of used oil that all generators share.
Key Benefits to Burning Waste Oil
Reduces heating costs
Protects the environment
Prevents water pollution
Eliminates Cradle-to-Grave liability
U.S. EPA-approved method of recycling
Advantages of Burning Waste Oil
Used-Oil Recycling Success
For used-oil recycling, the success is in the numbers
UOMA’s goal is to continue to drive advancements in used-oil heating technology and advocate for the on-site recycling of waste oil to increase used-oil heating adoption, prevent ground and water pollution, and give profits back to businesses by helping them save money on energy costs.
Two gallons of waste oil =
24 hours of energy
for the average household