Anyone have experience with heating hot water waste oil boilers? I've seen them installed in automotive repair garages, but I don't have any practical design / construction experience with them. I proposed using them in a project similar in building type, but the owner shot it down because they are a "pain to maintain". However, if waste oil is readily available, and fuel oil / diesel is already on site in sufficient quantity as a backup source, it seems very feasible. Also, anyone know of the premium you pay to go from fuel oil to waste-oil capable boilers?
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