Clean Burn Helps Shops Make it a Green 2008

Clean Burn Helps Shops Make it a Green 2008

Thinking green in 2008 means more than just being environmentally friendly. For users of Clean Burn energy systems, it also means saving money on soaring energy costs. Engineered to burn used oils generated by cars, trucks, heavy equipment, boats and other vehicles, Clean Burn furnaces and boilers transform used oil into free heat.

Thinking green in 2008 means more than just being environmentally friendly. For users of Clean Burn (www.cleanburn.com) energy systems, it also means saving money on soaring energy costs. Engineered to burn used oils generated by cars, trucks, heavy equipment, boats and other vehicles, Clean Burn furnaces and boilers transform used oil into free heat. Clean Burn used-oil furnaces and boilers turn a waste product into a valuable fuel source, thus conserving our natural energy supplies while reducing spillage risks. The multi-oil heating systems, storage tanks and recycling centers used by auto service centers, auto dealerships, truck fleet service centers, marinas and other facilities meet all EPA requirements and help avoid the possibility of used oils entering our water supplies.

For more information on Clean Burn, visit www.cleanburn.com or call (800) 331-0183.

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