We deliver Bioheat® fuel

Get to know Bioheat fuel: a cleaner-burning option for your Long Island home

bioheatIf you’re a Swezey Fuel customer, you’re getting Bioheat fuel delivered to your home. Our Bioheat fuel is made up of a blend of ultra-low-sulfur heating oil and biodiesel, which includes animal fats, recycled restaurant cooking grease, algae, and plant oils like soybean, rapeseed and sunflower.

Moving in the Right Direction

Bioheat fuel is ideal for heating your home, as it is cleaner burning than traditional heating oil, which results in reduced greenhouse-gas emissions. The use of Bioheat fuel is an important step in heating oil’s evolution toward achieving carbon neutrality by the year 2050.

In addition to being environmentally friendly, Bioheat fuel leaves fewer deposits on your heating system’s parts. This means that your Bioheat® fuelheating-oil boiler or furnace will last longer and is less likely to break down. It will also work more efficiently with the help of Bioheat fuel, which you’ll see reflected in your lower bill.

Bioheat works on regular heating systems—no change needed!

Important Facts about Bioheat fuel

  • Modern heating systems can not only run on Bioheat without any modifications, but they burn this fuel far more efficiently than they burn conventional heating oil, since it is virtually free of sulfur. The end result for you is lower heating bills.
  • Changing from traditional heating oil to Bioheat fuel leads to a 50% to 86% reduction in greenhouse-gas emissions, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the California Air Resources Board.
  • Compact and highly efficient, the latest boilers and furnaces work very well with Bioheat fuel. They offer a drastic increase in fuel efficiency while cutting back on consumption.

Pop Quiz!

Q: Bioheat fuel is keeping us on the path to achieving carbon neutrality by the year ______.
Q: Most modern heating systems require how many modifications in order to use Bioheat fuel—0, 1 or 2?
Q: When you use Bioheat fuel, is your heating bill more likely to increase or decrease?

If you have any questions about Bioheat fuel, your equipment or anything else relating to your home’s heating or cooling systems, please contact us today.