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Spring Time is Finally Upon us

Posted On: March 19, 2013

Spring time 2013 is finally here and now is the time our restaurant's customer's emerge from their winter hibernation to revel in lifes pleasures once again. With the increased volume in business for both resaurants and commercial cooking establishments can come increased back ups in the drainage systems of your kitchens and the need for more dependable waste oil removal services. If you haven't tried us yet, we can guarentee that you will be more than satisfied with the level of grease trap cleaning and waste oil removal services that we deliver. If you are already a customer of ours, than you know the quality of our services as they speak for themselves and we thank you for your loyalty and continued patronage. We look forward to continuing to work together and welcome all newcomers as well. 


Biodiesel Future

Posted On: February 02, 2013

It seems that the biodiesel trend is here to stay folks! Who knew that while we have been searching all around for cheaper, cleaner and more easily produced alternative fuels there was one lurking right in our commercial kitchen and restaurant fryers. The process for creating this wonder in modern fuel is also much less environmentally detrimental, while at the same time beneficial to those in the restaurant industry. It seems to have really caught on around the country as waste cooking and fryer oil is in demand everywhere. Make sure that you are aware of the benefits of donating your waste oil before your next fryer service and always keep us here at EnviroGreen in mind when you do.  


Envirogreen's year in review

Posted On: December 20, 2012

Well it seems like 2012 has gone into the record books quicker than sink water down a freshly cleaned, (by Envirogreen of course) grease trap. Our customer base has grown steadily and the true benefits of our waste oil recycling services seem to be hitting home. Let's keep taking that waste oil and recyclying it into something useful! It has also been a pleasure watching many of our current customers benefit from an uptick in business thanks to a slightly less harsh economic environment. It has been a long time coming, but things in the restaurant business seem to be looking brighter than an Envirogreen serviced grease hood. We continue to strive to provide the exceptional customer care that we have become known for in the waste oil removal, recycling and grease hood/trap cleaning industry and hope that word keeps catching on to new clients from the many word of mouth customers we have received thanks to our current clients recommendations  But on a more serious note we hope that all our waste oil or grease trap and grease hood cleaning service customers and potential customers have found some time to smile during this very dark holiday season. Our hearts and prayers go out to all those in Newtown, CT,. We would also like to salute our troops at home and abroad and thank them from the bottom of our hearts for the immeasurably important jobs they do for us and our country. Happy Holidays to all and Have a safe and healthy New Year!!!!!


Where does your used cooking oil go?

Posted On: November 15, 2012

How do you dispose of your used cooking oil? Envirogreen is a New York City based company established for the sole purpose of environmentally friendly cooking oil recycling, grease trap cleaning and waste oil removal services. We have been a dedicated fore runner on enviromnetally friendly methods of grease and waste oil disposal and recycling of cooking oil while simultaneously keeping our customers kitchens spotless. The reasons to periodically clean your grease traps and recycle your cooking oil are nearly endless. When liquified fat, oil and grease is poured down a kitchen sink, it can have some serious repercussions - potential clogs can form as harmul grease accumulations can stick to the pipes within the sewer system and over time cause blockages. Clogged sewer lines can also cause sewage to be released into city waterways and harm the environment.  Help keep our sewer systems and our environment clean by contacting Envirogreen Inc. to properly dispose of your used cooking oil and grease trap waste. Together we can make the processes of waste oil removal, grease disposal and cooking oil recycling environmentally friendly. Join us at Envirogreen inc. and lets all Go Green!

Do's and Don't of Oil Disposal From Envirogreen Inc.

Posted On: October 15, 2012

DON'T pour oil or grease down the drain
DON'T wash cooking oil or grease from dishes, pots, and pans down the drain
DON'T wash food remains down the drain

DO place cooled oil and grease in sealed containers and dispose of with your regular garbage
DO wipe down dishes, pots and pans to remove oil and grease before washing; dispose of paper towels in the trash
DO dispose of all food scraps and dishes and cookware into the trash

For more tips on the proper techniques for used cooking oil disposal, visit our oil recycling page.