Regular Grease Trap Maintenance

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Cooking oil is the edible form of oil that can be obtained from plants, animals, or even synthetically made. Coconut oil, peanut oil, olive oil, corn oil and a multitude of other varieties are some examples of the most common types of cooking oil. These oils are all used in frying processes to produce a versatile variety of cuisines from food trucks, to street food, to fast food, to high-end cuisine.


As a consumer, did you know that these cooking oils also have versatility in their applications outside of the culinary world? Used cooking oil is mainly used in the manufacturing of personal care products, soap items, and washing powders. The used cooking oil industry is a vast enterprise and almost every country across the globe produces used cooking oil of a particular kind and in fact, most countries have at least one rudimentary processing industry that is engaged in the production of two basic products such as edible/cooking oil and protein meal for animal feed and food stock.


It is no wonder to see then why the global demand for liquid fuels has been rising rapidly and thus, global concerns over our dependability in the long-term. Research has shown that renewable fuels alone cannot fully replace the petroleum needed to fuel our world. However, biofuels used in conjunction with other fuels would increase the global supply of fuel while at the same time reducing its carbon print. Environmental initiatives all m over the world have emphasized the impact of biofuel use on our global relationships, security and environment. company hopes to change the way we fuel our cars, trucks, ships and any automobile by developing and producing clean, renewable and sustainable alternative fuels, now and into the future. Repurposing used cooking oil collection for biodiesel  can reach a vast target market, whose customers include transport companies, hotels institutions individuals and a plethora industries.


Here is where we step in to help. At Green Star Biodiesel, we can take that burden off of your hands. When you’re running a busy food service operation in the greater Florida region, you shouldn’t have to spend time worrying about clogged drain lines, foul odors, or costly sewer back-ups. When it comes to your drain lines, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. All the silt, scale, grease,  and debris you wash down the sink gradually builds up in your drainage pipes and grease traps which creates the danger of long term damage, clogs and breaks. This will ultimately result in unnecessary repair costs, business downtime, and damage. Our grease trap cleaning service thoroughly pumps your grease trap, eliminating the odor and safety problems associated with poorly maintained grease traps

Green star Biodiesel technicians can  eliminate those aforementioned deposits before they turn into a real problem, with regular, properly scheduled grease-trap maintenance. By using our services, you can ensure no emergency plumbing calls, no clogs, breaks, clean-up costs or disruption in your business operations, and no expensive repair bills.

We provide you the most efficient method not ensure the health of your business’ pipe lines and drainage which ultimately means less stress and hassle for you. It’s small price to pay for  the peace of mind knowing that you’re in good hands with Green Star Biodiesel!


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