Get Paid for Helping the Environment
With Greasecycle®, you can rest easy knowing that your restaurant’s used cooking oil will be handled safely and efficiently. Our personnel is professionally trained, uniformed and licensed to provide oil recycling services in Charlotte and the surrounding areas.
Our facility is also licensed by the North Carolina Department of Environment Quality (NCDEQ) to operate.
When the waste oil is hauled from our facility, our professionally-trained technicians will refine and haul it for recycling at our modern facility.
Although some businesses consider used cooking oil as waste, we see it as a profitable opportunity. With the services that we provide, you can now make a profit from your restaurant’s used cooking oil. We’ll pay you for your waste!
With our top-quality services, you don’t have to worry about grease overflow anymore. Our professional team will provide you with clean, secure, simple, and high-quality waste containers. We will also cater to your specific restaurant needs by setting up a servicing schedule.
Not only will our oil management services help keep your Charlotte restaurant eco-friendly, safe, and clean, but we will also ensure that the used oil is disposed of in an environmentally-friendly manner.
More about Our Greasecycle® in Charlotte
Greasecycle® is experienced in recycling cooking oil in Charlotte and in the surrounding areas. We’ve been involved in the oil recycling business for nearly a decade. Because of the quality service that we offer, our company has grown to servicing over 1500 accounts.
Our goal is to help keep the environment clean while ensuring that our clients profit. With our services, your restaurant will keep running efficiently. We aim to provide service to your restaurant during off-peak hours to minimize interruption to your business operations.
We make payments based on the oil volume that our experienced staff will collect from your restaurant.
You can rely on our professional waste cooking oil collection team to provide a reliable and efficient service to ensure that your restaurant stays compliant with environmental legislation. At Greasecycle®, we collect and recycle many types of used cooking oil and restaurant grease. Including, fish oil, chicken fat, bacon grease, vegetable oil and more.
Aside from recycling restaurant cooking oil, we also provide grease trap cleaning services. In the restaurant business, you will be using tons of cooking oil. If the oil is not disposed of properly, it can clog up your drains. To avoid drainage clogs and to keep your kitchen clean, safe, and efficient, regular grease trap cleaning is essential.
Greasecycle® In The Community
Greasecycle® supports the local community through worthy causes. We have enjoyed 8 successful years in business thanks to a combination of professional staff, working for great clients, and being supported by a great community.
One way in which we give back is through our local school system program. We have a program where Greasecycle® can set up a donation to your local school system whereby your quarterly check (or a portion thereof) is mailed directly to an office that receives donations for your local school system.
Another program in which we support the local community is through our Wounded Warrior Project. We are always pleased and humbled to donate all or a part of a quarterly check from a partner restaurant to the fund.
If you would like to donate your grease, we can direct your oil rebate to either of the two aforementioned local community support systems.
Contact one of the Best Charlotte 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!
Some Reasons Why Restaurants Use Our Charlotte Oil Recycling Service
- We are 100% certified to convert your used cooking oil into renewable biofuel.
- Our team is comprised of efficient, experienced, and professional personnel. We have been collecting restaurant oil for years.
- We leave proper manifest paperwork. This helps your business stay in compliance with the current regulations.
- We set industry standards and safety practice.
- All of the used cooking oil that we collect is recycled into renewable energy.
- Our customer service and collection teams are local.
- We provide regular and reliable collections.
- We pay you when we recycle your used cooking oil.
- We aren’t spread out. We are local. This means that your waste cooking oil pickup is just around the block.
- We recycle your used cooking oil at our facility that is certified by the North Carolina Department of Environment Quality (NCDEQ).
We are providing our used cooking oil services in Charlotte, Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Chapel Hill, Wilmington, Garner, Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, and surrounding areas.
Charlotte Area Information
Charlotte, also called “The Queen City,” is in the heart of Mecklenburg County in the North Carolina Piedmont region.
It’s the most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. With 842,051 residents according to the U.S. Census Bureau, it ranks as the seventeenth-most populous city in the country.
Reputed to have one of the most educated workforces in America, Charlotte has consistently been ranked as the best places for companies to thrive. In fact, in the past decade, the Charlotte Chamber has recruited about 7,000 new companies.
It ranks sixth in the nation in the number of Fortune 500 headquarters. It’s home to companies such as Goodrich corporation, Family Dollar, Lowe’s, Duke Energy, Nucor, and Bank of America.
The Queen City offers an excellent quality of life. It’s a region that’s equal parts old-fashioned southern charm and high-energy cosmopolitan bustle. It features Broadway shows, renowned art galleries, NASCAR racing, a PGA Tour golf event, professional sports, multiple green spaces, and a mild four-season climate.
According to online career site Careerbliss.com, The Queen City is now ranked as one of the top cities in America where contented young professionals live. It was also ranked among the 20 “Best Places to Live in the USA,” by U.S. News & World Report.