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Rethink energy. Reduce Costs.

EnergyLogic helps companies reduce energy costs by putting into practice environmentally-friendly solutions.

At the heart of our offering are our used-oil furnaces and used-oil boilers (also called used-oil heaters, waste-oil furnaces and waste-oil boilers). These products provide customers an environmentally-safe manner for recycling oil while reducing or eliminating heating bills and cradle-to-grave liability.

EnergyLogic used-oil furnaces and used-oil boilers come with the most standard features of any other product on the market and carry the industry's most comprehensive warranty. Built with the customer in mind, they require minimal maintenance and are the most reliable on the market. These features translate into the best value and lowest cost of ownership over the lifetime of the product.

We provide complete facility solutions for garages, automobile dealers, oil change centers, fleet maintenance facilities, heavy equipment dealers and any industrial generator of used oil with features such as automated fuel management, minimal facility footprint and labor-saving, used-oil management systems.

Reclaim the value of your used oil today.

EnergyLogic used-oil furnaces and boilers are UL-listed and meet EPA regulations.

Links / Roger Sanders Waste Oil Heater
« on: December 06, 2008, 02:38:01 am »
Roger Sanders update to the Mother Earth News heater:

Links / Mother Earth Waste Oil Heater
« on: December 06, 2008, 02:36:53 am »
I believe this was published in The Mother Earth News back in 1980:

Welcome Center / Hello and how the forum came about.
« on: November 27, 2008, 10:48:18 am »
Just want to say hello and welcome everyone to the board.

In searching for a good place for information on how to build a waste oil heater, I found that there wasn't a single site just devoted to waste oil heating.  There are many other alternative energy forums and sites that people discussed the topic on, but the information seemed to be scattered all over the internet.  My goal with this board is to get all of that good information in one spot so it is easier for people to find.

If you have any suggestions for ways to improve the forum, please let me know in the suggestions fourm.

Thanks for stopping by!


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