Bioheat® Blended Fuel — Same Heat, Fewer Emissions
Biodiesel blended with traditional heating oil is a win-win for homeowners and heating oil companies. The blended product, known as Bioheat® blended fuel, reduces harmful emissions compared with traditional heating oil, can help extend
the life of heating equipment because of its cleaner burn, and is helping heating oil dealers offset the loss of market share to natural gas and other competitors. REG has years of experience in providing a reliable source of high-quality biodiesel
to Bioheat blended fuel.
Features and Benefits
Clean, efficient and environmentally friendly
Meets the growing customer demand for fuel that offers the same performance as traditional heating oil with less impact on the environment.
Burns more cleanly
Causes less pollution plus reduces carbon buildup on furnace components, helping to improve efficiency, extend equipment life and reduce maintenance intervals.
Simple to implement
Bioheat blended fuel requires no modifications to storage and delivery systems or to end-users' heating systems.
Competitive with other options
Helps heating oil companies compete with natural gas and other heating fuel alternatives.
Some states and cities are providing tax credits or have usage requirements for Bioheat blended fuel or biodiesel.
Bioheat® is a licensed trademark of the National Biodiesel Board, used with permission.
“If you want a future in this business, you must embrace Bioheat blended fuel."
Those are the words of the owner of a heating oil company with a long history in New York City. See why he feels strongly about the fuel.
Hart Home Comfort in New York City found a marketing edge with Bioheat blended fuel.
In the Northeast, where heating oil is most prominent, state and local government officials are listening to their constituents and increasingly demanding reductions in harmful emissions. In steps Bioheat blended fuel, which thanks to biodiesel has
lower toxic emissions than petroleum diesel and is virtually sulfur-free, giving homeowners a more environmentally friendly option to stay warm.