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Recycling Used Cooking Oil In Oregon And Western Washington

Used cooking oil disposal is a concern for any business that prepares and serves food. Fast food restaurants, schools, stadium concession stands, and other establishments ...
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The Truth Behind Used Cooking Oil Health Hazards

It’s hard to resist the perfectly crisp, deliciously savory call of a heap of expertly cooked chicken wings or French fries, but the truth behind ...
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FOG Facts: A Closer Look At Fats, Oils, And Grease

Fats, oils, and grease of animal or vegetable origin are collectively known as FOG. Commercial establishments that use fats, oils, and grease have a responsibility ...
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What is a Grease Interceptor

A grease interceptor helps protect your pipes and your town’s municipal wastewater system. Although grease may be in liquid form when you put it down ...
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Why Biodiesel?

Pumping more oil from the ground isn’t always the best choice for the environment or for your bottom line. Finding renewable and reusable resources is ...
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Grease Interceptor Sizing Services In Oregon

You take the time and effort to recycle your fats, oils and grease (FOG). To satisfy municipal standards and regulations, you also need to have ...
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Uses and Benefits of Biodiesel You Might Not Know

It is well-known that biodiesel is used as a substitute for diesel fuel, but that’s not its only use. Several novel ways the product is ...
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How do I sign up?

Please call our office at 503-233-0818, and we will be happy to set up your establishment with a proper maintenance schedule. We also offer sales ...
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How does your cooking oil recycling program work?

Our used cooking oil collection service is FREE. We will pay you for your used cooking oil based on the amount of used oil your ...
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What kind of oil do you recycle?

In addition to cooking oil from fryers, we also recycle other types of cooking oils, greases, and fats. (Example: bacon grease, beef tallow, peanut oil, ...
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What is FOG?

FOG is an acronym for fats, oils, and grease. Your grease trap collects FOG, as well as food solids, so it can’t enter city sewer ...
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What is the difference between a grease trap and an oil container?

A grease trap is located indoors under your sink or outside in the ground. It is plumbed into your restaurant and collects FOG so it ...
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