blended with biodiesel and ultra-low sulfur heating oil. He also outlines the role the agriculture industry plays in providing renewable resources to help heat homes.
During the segment, Nazzaro explains how using Bioheat® fuel is better for home heating systems and users will actually use less fuel to heat their homes. “Right off the bat, today, if you are dealing with bioheat we will be helping people reduce their energy spend which is pretty timely considering gasoline, heating oil and diesel fuel prices are at record highs.” Nazzaro said.
Listen to the interview HERE.
Over the next two months, subject matter experts will share their insight into the growth of the industry and its impact on agriculture, the environment and energy diversification through a series of interviews that will air across Brownfield Ag News networks through June.
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