Not only do we collect all your waste oils for you; we'll pay you for it. 

Our service is totally free including the installation of containers and the collection of all waste oils; while we offer the best and highest rate for your used oil.

Learn how you can benefit:

A Cleaner Environment
Recycling of waste cooking oils is an important component in Biodiesel production. An estimated millions of tons or fossil fuels are saved each year from waste cooking oil and animal by-products that would have otherwise gone to waste.
A Healthier Future and Better Food
If you're not recycling your waste cooking oil you're disposing of it. This pollutes water, clogs drains and creates biohazards. Animal by-products used to be reused into animal feed; by providing the industry a lucrative alternative, livestock are eating healthier and as a result so are you!
Cost-Savings & Revenue
Not only will we pay you top dollar for your waste cooking oil; we will save you on costs you would have acquired from disposing of it. 
How it Works
It's simple!!! No contract required. We leave the appropriate container with you: 55 gallon drum, or 10 liter containers. Once they're filled, call us and we come by to collect within 24 hours. We pay you at the time of collection. Its' that simple!

Contact us to learn more, or get started today!

Vegetable oil recycling is increasingly being carried out to produce a vegetable oil fuel or biodiesel. 

Opportunities for businesses and consumers to recycle used cooking oil ("yellow grease") has increased. Used cooking oil can be refined into different types of biofuels used for power generation and heating. A significant benefit is that biofuels derived from recycled cooking oil typically burn clean, have a low carbon content and don't produce carbon monoxide. This helps communities to reduce their carbon footprints. The recycling of cooking oil also provides a form of revenue for restaurants, which are sometimes compensated by cooking oil recyclers for their used deep fryer oil. Cooking oil recycling also results in less used oil being disposed of in drains, which can clog sewage lines due to the build-up of fats and has to be collected there as "brown grease" by grease traps.