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Bioheat® Fuel: A Game Changer For You And The Planet

The theme of this year’s Earth Day was “Restore our Earth” – a noble aim, to be sure. The good news, if you’re a Westmore customer, is that you’re taking a step toward doing that every time you fill your heating oil tank.

That’s because every gallon of heating oil you buy from Westmore Fuel Co. is B20 Bioheat® Fuel – a blended heating oil made from a combination of ultra-low sulfur heating oil (ULSHO) and renewable oil derived from soybean husks.

Bioheat fuel is a game-changer for your Fairfield or Westchester County home, your heating equipment, and the planet – especially when compared to electrification. Until our electricity supply is less environmentally destructive and not prone to numerous blackouts, it is simply not the best choice for heating when advancements in heating oil are already proving to be incredibly effective and affordable.

Consider these facts:

To top it off, Bioheat is processed domestically, which creates jobs and promotes our energy independence. And best of all, Bioheat doesn’t cost any more than conventional #2 heating oil – in fact, when you factor in the longer lifespan of your equipment, you’ll spend even less to heat your home. You can use Bioheat oil without making any modifications to your heating equipment– just schedule a fuel delivery and you’ll enjoy these great benefits for many Earth Days to come.

Make every day Earth Day when you fill your heating oil tank with Bioheat from Westmore. Contact us today to schedule a heating oil delivery in Connecticut and New York!

*Source: New England Fuel Institute, “Leading the Way Toward a Zero-Carbon Future,” May 2019

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