POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – August 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — With gas and oil prices spiraling out of control and old man winter fast approaching, Norki Energy Systems of Poughkeepsie, New York, is offering an alternative heating system to businesses that generate used oil.

Norki Energy supplies state-of-the-art Black Gold Waste oil furnaces and boilers (by EnergyLogic) that allows used oil to be recycled into heat or hot water in a clean, energy efficient and environmentally friendly way. Ideal for businesses that create used oil, a waste oil heating system such as Black Gold, can potentially save thousands of dollars in heating bills each year, significantly reducing or completely eliminating the expense of gas or oil heat altogether.

“It’s common for our customers to report a 70% to 100% reduction in their fuel bills,” says Norki Energy Systems President Bob Seligman. “Most customers tell us it’s the best purchase they’ve ever made with the return on investment taking as little as six months.”

“And it won’t just help you save money,” says Seligman. “It can also help save the earth.”

Black Gold burns used oil with virtually no hydrocarbon emissions, making it the cleanest burning and most efficient system on the market.

All of Norki’s waste oil heating systems are UL listed and EPA approved and come with a five -year, full heat exchanger warranty and a three-year parts warranty.

Black Gold furnaces and boilers can be acquired through lease-to-own plans for less than most businesses pay for heating bills.

For more information about Black Gold Waste Oil Systems (by EnergyLogic), or to create a money-saving strategy, call 1-800-729-0424 or visit www.norki.com.

News issued by: Norki Energy Systems, Inc.

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Original Story ID: (738) :: 2005-08-0831-006

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News Source: Norki Energy Systems, Inc.