At Allied Renewal, we want to make the process of recycling your cooking oil an easy, worry-free process.
We’ve answered some of your frequently asked questions below, but please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our specialists so we can answer any other questions about how we can help meet your business’s cooking oil recycling needs.
It is generally recommended to replace and recycle used cooking oil after 2-3 days of use or when it begins to emit an odor or change in color. However, the frequency may vary depending on the type of oil used and the cooking process.
Recycling used cooking oil has several benefits, including reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills, preventing clogging of drains and sewage systems, and reducing the risk of fires. Additionally, used cooking oil can be repurposed for alternative uses.
Your business can use a variety of containers to store used cooking oil, depending on your type of business and available facilities, including metal or plastic containers with tight-fitting lids or specially designed oil storage tanks. It is important to ensure that the containers are labeled clearly to avoid confusion with new cooking oil.
Yes, Allied Renewal provides a range of containers for the storage and collection of used cooking oil, including tanks and drums.
Allied Renewal services a range of industries, including restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, food trucks, stadiums, and arenas.
Allied Renewal is a licensed rendering service provider in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee
To recycle used food truck cooking oil, it is first necessary to transfer the oil to a storage container, such as a metal or plastic drum. The oil can then be collected by the professionals at Allied Renewal, who will safely and carefully transport the oil to a recycling facility.
To sign up for Allied Renewal’s pick up service, complete an information form, and one of our team members will contact you within 24 hours.