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Everybody wins.

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Waste Oil Recyclers is a local company with a global perspective. We have taken the underlying business model of recycling waste oil and totally redefined it.

We have redefined the process of used cooking oil disposal. We provide you with free recycling of your waste vegetable oil (wvo), and then send you a check.

We have redefined the meaning of service and customer expectations. How? By building our own model of service, we’ve created a whole new level and category of service.

Our customers value our cleanliness, efficiency, promptness in cooking oil collection, and the fact that we are mostly out-of-sight, out-of-mind – until our checks arrive in your mailbox or until you need us for some reason, in which case, we are on top of it right away.

We serve customers whose operations range from the large, multi-site or institutional to smaller, self-contained or family-owned. When it comes to your fryer grease recycling, we tailor our collection options to your specific needs, but we apply our rigid standards of service exactly the same way, every day, every time.

We Serve

15%

45%

5%

20%

15%

Our Service Area

Food service operations in a four state area encompassing Eastern Pennsylvania, Central and Southern New Jersey, Northern Delaware and Northern Maryland.

CO2 Offset from our efforts

TREES

Planted

Calculate Your Offset



To calculate the estimated offset your company would engage in equivalent to WVO Recycling Practices, enter the amount of frying oil you use each week. Please Choose whether you buy your oil in Gallons or Pounds.

GALLONS
      
POUNDS



By Recycling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

By Recycling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

Diverting

TONS

of trash from a landfill

Calculate Your Offset



To calculate the estimated offset your company would engage in equivalent to WVO Recycling Practices, enter the amount of frying oil you use each week. Please Choose whether you buy your oil in Gallons or Pounds.

GALLONS
      
POUNDS



By Recycling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

By Recyling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

For A Year, Removing

Cars

From the Road

Calculate Your Offset



To calculate the estimated offset your company would engage in equivalent to WVO Recycling Practices, enter the amount of frying oil you use each week. Please Choose whether you buy your oil in Gallons or Pounds.

GALLONS
      
POUNDS



By Recyling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

By Recyling oil, In a year, you will have engaged in WVO Recycling Practices Equivalent to:

Diverting

Tons

of Trash From
A Landfill

Planting

Trees

Removing

Cars

From The Road

Recalculate

* CO2 offset Tree Planting Equivalency was determined using an average of 13 lbs. per tree per year and is an estimate based on research and data compiled by Tufts University Climate Initiative and available online at http://www.tufts.edu/tie/tci/sequestration.htm. Younger trees are typically more efficient consumers of CO2, however sequestration of CO2 by trees is highly variable based on tree type, age of tree and general environmental conditions. † Calculation of Removing Cars from the Road is based on annual CO2 production of 11,450 lbs. per EPA study, available online at http://www.epa.gov/oms/consumer/f00013.htm

How recycling waste oil turns into good things

When we pick up our customers’ waste oil, it’s the first link in a chain of relationships.

And in its own way each of these relationships turns into something positive. Everyone wins — the earth, our future, and energy security for generations to come.

We turn the waste oil into cash for our customers. That operation supports a growing, thriving business run by local people, who employ a growing number of other local people.

We use the waste oil to power our vehicles, and sell it to businesses that use it for fuel in grease–burning engines or boilers or as feedstock for Biodiesel production. All of which turns into reduced Carbon Dioxide emissions and less dependence on foreign oil sources.

We encourage you to spend some time reading about those relationships, the linkages among our customers, friends, events, employees — all the ways that each of us turns recycling waste oil … into something good.

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Customer Testimonials

  • Don’t hesitate about calling them. 
    They’re on time, the trucks are nice and there’s no mess.
    They’re dependable. Period.

    - Mike's Seafood, Sea Isle City
  • I would absolutely refer Waste Oil Recyclers to a peer.
    We have not had one single issue with them at all.
    They’re dependable and friendly all across the board.

    - Stadium Concessions Manager
  • They take the grease away, it doesn’t cost anything – PLUS there’s a rebate.
    They’re cool, hip, committed young men and
    I’ve already referred them about a dozen times.

    - Director of Nutrition Services, Abington Memorial Hospital

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