Get Paid for Helping the Environment
When it comes to restaurant cooking oil disposal you deserve the best. GreaceCycle has been servicing the Columbia area since 2009. We're 100% certified to haul your used cooking oil, which we recycle at our facility that is permitted by NCDEQ. Our trained technicians will collect your restaurant's cooking oil, refine it, and then return it to our state of the art facility where we recycle it into a renewable biofuel.
While some businesses see it as waste, your restaurant's oil can now be used to make you a profit! We pay you to get rid of your waste. Our team will provide you with a high quality container that is clean, secure, and simple to use. We will then set up a servicing schedule that will cater to your specific needs. You no longer have to worry about grease overflow. Our business is recovering sustainable value from this resource in an environmentally-sound manner. Our services help keep your restaurants clean, green, and safe.
More about Greasecycle®
Greasecycle® has been providing cooking oil recycling in Columbia since 2010. We're a local company, with our corporate office located just 30 minutes from Durham. We've grown from a one man operation, to servicing 1500 accounts, 15 full and part time employees, and 5 service vehicles. We turn challenging insidious waste streams into valuable low carbon resources.
Our company takes pride in helping the environment, while providing corporate profits to our clients. We work with food establishments to help them keep their operations running smoothly. When you decide to partner with us, our experienced staff will recycle your used cooking oil and you'll receive payment based on the quantity of oil collected.
Not only can we help you with getting rid of your spent cooking oil, we also provide services for grease trap cleaning. We can be your one-stop shop for grease management allowing you to streamline your operations.
Greasecycle® In The Community
Greasecycle® is proud to support our local community. 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.
Greasecycle® also offers a program to support our veterans. Through the Wounded Warrior Project, we will be pleased to donate all or part of a partner restaurants quarterly check to the fund.
No money comes out of your pocket and yet your restaurant can generate funds that go to these two noble causes. Greasecycle® is excited to offer these methods of allowing our partner restaurants waste oil revenue to support worthy causes
Contact one of the Best Columbia 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®
- We pay you when we recycle your spent cooking oil
- We aim to service your restaurant at times that minimize business interruption
- We help your business stay in compliance with current regulations by leaving proper manifest paper work.
- We're 100% certified to haul your used cooking oil into a renewable biofuel.
- We recycle your oil at our facility that is certified by the NCDEQ
- We're local, so used cooking grease pickup is just around the corner
Proudly Servicing the Following Areas:
Proudly providing used cooking grease recycling services in Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Chapel Hill, Wilmington, Garner, and surrounding areas.
Columbia Area Information
Columbia, a city in the U.S. state of South Carolina, is the state capital. As of the 2020 census, the city has a population of 136,632, making it the second-largest city in South Carolina. Columbia serves as the county seat of Richland County, and a portion of it extends into neighboring Lexington County. It is also the center of the Columbia metropolitan statistical area, the 72nd-largest metropolitan statistical area in the United States with a population of 829,470 in 2020. The name Columbia, derived from the name of Christopher Columbus, is a poetic term used for the United States. The city is sometimes called "Soda City" due to its abbreviation, Cola.
Located about 13 miles (21 km) northwest of the geographic center of South Carolina, Columbia is the primary city of the Midlands region of the state. It sits at the confluence of the Saluda River and the Broad River, which merge to form the Congaree River. As the state capital, Columbia is home to the South Carolina State House, the center of government for the state. In 1860, the South Carolina Secession Convention took place in Columbia, where delegates voted for secession, making South Carolina the first state to leave the Union in the events leading up to the Civil War.