There are a lot of reasons to use biodiesel – one of the main reasons being that it is one of the most cleanest burning fuels that you can use when compared to other types of fuels. However, if you have an oil furnace, you may be wondering if it’s possible to even use biodiesel. Fortunately, it is.
Biodiesel is a cleaner burning fuel for a number of reasons, including because it doesn’t produce CO2, is carbon neutral and is biodegradable. Because of the fact that it’s a cleaner burning fuel, it also means that you won’t have to clean your oil furnace as often. The following are a few steps you should take in order to transition to biodiesel for your oil furnace:
These are the steps that you should take in order to switch to biodiesel for your oil furnace. Keep in mind that you’ll want to store your biodiesel properly – in an indoor or underground storage tank – to prevent it from gelling in colder temperatures.
For more information about switching to biodiesel fuel in New Jersey, be sure to contact us at Woolley Home Solutions today.
"While a number of fleets in New Jersey, including the Department of Transportation, have used biodiesel blends for many years, this pump opening marks the first time biodiesel will be sold directly to consumers in the state. We commend Woolley...Joe Jobe CEO (National Biodiesel Board)