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As often as you need us to. It all depends on how much cooking oil waste your restaurant or food service facility generates. Most food establishments are serviced every month, however we can come more often to ensure we never leave you with a full or overflowing containers.
If you are located in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, or South Carolina we can pick up your used cooking oil, clean your grease traps, high pressure wash your drain lines, and clean your kitchen hoods. We cover most major cities like Atlanta, Macon, Augusta, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Columbia and many more. To find out if we can service your facility, just reach out to us directly.
Yellow grease, also known as used cooking oil (UCO), is a by-product of hotels, restaurants, and other foodservice businesses that use the oil for cooking. After our licensed haulers recover your used waste oil, it is then properly processed to be used for biodiesel and biofuel. It is also common for yellow grease to be processed and repurposed for animal feedstock as a nutritional supplement. These are all economical substitutes that help the planet by recycling unusable waste into something of value.
All restaurants and commercial kitchens need routine line jetting. This high-pressure cleaning procedure helps loosen and removes debris, grease, and gunk from your pipes. When our skilled technicians blast a powerful stream of water through your kitchen sewer lines, we clear all the obstruction that can be causing your pipes to clog. Let our helpful professionals use their state-of-the-art equipment to remove buildup and restore your pipes to proper functioning status.
How often your kitchen should be cleaned is based on the State’s Department of Health, Insurance company, and Fire Departments’ standards. Each state and city has its own hood cleaning requirements, so it’s essential to follow the minimum codes of standards set for your facility. Once you know what your minimum requirement is, then we can schedule routine cleanups.
If you performed a check-up and noticed visual residue from grease that can not be cleaned off, then give us a call. There are a few signs that you might need a cleaning of your kitchen hood and exhaust system sooner than you think. Can you see numerous grease stains on the roof? Is your exhaust or vent making any abnormal noises, such as rattling? Do you smell any foul odors coming from the ductwork or kitchen hood? Even the smallest sign of trouble could lead to severe problems that should not be neglected.