Get Paid for Helping the Environment
Collecting spent cooking oil can be a messy job, if it’s not properly carried out. When you choose Greasecycle® as a partner you are assuring yourself the best oil disposal service. GreaceCycle has been providing service to the Cary area since 2010. Our trusted team collects your restaurants cooking oil, refines it, and then returns it to our top of the line, NCDEQ permitted facility where it is recycled and converted into a renewable biofuel.
Most businesses see used cooking oil as a waste, Greasecycle® turns your waste into a profit. We pay you to get rid of what restaurants consider a burden. To make it simple, we provide you with an efficiently, safe and secure container and then set up a schedule that sits your needs. You no longer have to worry about the mess that can arise from spent oil, our company recovers this workable resource in an ecological manner, helping restaurants shrink their environmental footprint, keeping clean, green, and safe.
More about Greasecycle® in Cary
For over 7 years we’ve been providing a necessary service to Cary. From our early roots as a one man operation, to our current 1500 accounts, 15 full and part time employees, and 5 service vehicles we’ve created a reliable recycling solution for animal by-product. We turn problematic waste into valuable low carbon resources.
We pride ourselves in helping out the environment, our goal is to contribute to keep Earth clean while collectively providing profits to our client restaurants. Greasecycle®’s services help simplify our clients operations. When our experience team comes to pick up your used oil you collect your payment based on the quantity of oil collected.
We don’t only get rid spent cooking oil, our company provides grease trap cleaning services as well. Making your life even easier, we can be your one-stop shop for grease management.
Greasecycle® In The Community
Here are Greasecycle® we realized we have the ability to help out those who need support in out local community. That is why we have developed a program where our clients can set up a donation to their local school system, it could be their quarterly check or even a portion of it. We mail it directly to the office that is responsible for handling donations for that local school system.
We also offer a program to support our veterans. If our clients are interested we would be pleased to donate all or part of their quarterly check to the Wounded Warrior Project.
No money comes out of our clients pockets directly and yet your restaurant has the ability to donate funds to these two respectable charities. Greasecycle® offers these programs with great pride, allowing our partner restaurants waste oil revenue to support a great causes.
Contact one of the Best Cary Used Oil Recycling Companies
Call 919-817-6792 or simply fill out the Contact Form on this page and one of our team members will be right with you!
Put Your Trust in Greasecycle®
- You receive payment when we recycle your spent cooking oil
- We are 100% certified to transport and recycle your used cooking oil into a renewable biofuel.
- We schedule our pick up times at a time that is convenient for your business
- We help your business stay up to-date on current regulations by leaving proper manifest paper work.
- We recycle your oil at our NCDEQ certified facility
- We are local, so picking up your oil won’t be a problem
Proudly Servicing the Following Areas:
Proudly providing used cooking grease recycling services in Cary, Wilmington, Raleigh, Apex, Chapel Hill, Durham, Garner, and surrounding areas.
Cary Area Information
Cary is found in the heart of The Triangle area of North Carolina, with an eastern side as well as a western section. The town's population is estimated to be around 159,769 citizens, the second most populated incorporated town in the U.S. In the eastern side of Cary, one would expect to see the oldest part of town, containing the downtown area and some of the oldest neighborhoods. The west sections of Cary is the more modern side of town, composed of suburban, lakes, parks and golf courses. The city's population is estimated to be around 159,769 citizens, the second most populated incorporated town in the U.S.