All Clean Burn heating systems are listed by UL to all appropriate standards. Clean Burn systems meet or exceed EPA regulations and meet all safety and environmental requirements as an acceptable means of waste oil recycling. Clean Burn systems comply with all applicable safety standards wherever Clean Burn is sold worldwide. If you buy a Clean Burn from an authorized Clean Burn Distributor, you can be sure it meets the safety standards in your region.
Being smart with waste oil also means being safe. Clean Burn recommends that anyone purchasing, installing, and/or operating a waste oil heating system review and follow the standards as established by the National Fire Protection Association. These standards include codes that have been written specifically for the safety of the waste oil industry and should be used in conjunction with the Operator's Manual supplied with your Clean Burn heating system.
NFPA Codes of particular importance to the installation and operation of waste oil heating systems include:
Anyone may obtain a copy of the NFPA standards by contacting:
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
1 Batterymarch Park, P.O. Box 9101
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269-9101
We have 17 trucks that haul thousands of cattle each year throughout the western portion of the United States. In maintaining those trucks, we have a great deal of used motor oils to dispose of all the time. The Clean Burn furnace we’ve had for five years is great. I think every farmer who maintains heavy equipment should have these units.
Brad Bingham, Vice President