Prevent Clogged Plumbing
The last thing your business needs is a clogged-up plumbing system that disrupts productivity and business operations. Prevention of clogged plumbing is a 'small-scale' problem within the food industry, probably specific to restaurants/fast food outlets. The large-scale problems of fats and oils in effluent water is a more factory-relevant issue as it increases the cost of water treatment and can also solidify within interceptors and pipework. The best solution for this issue is professional cooking oil waste management. For example, Mobius purchases large volumes of fats and oils from our customer base for recycling purposes. Services such as this save businesses thousands of pounds, which you’d much rather invest in crucial areas of your business, wouldn’t you?
Prevent Sewer Issues
This is a nice little follow-up from our previous point, cooking oil waste management also prevents sewer blockages and other issues. We don’t have to tell you how bad the smell can be if a sewer overflows near your business, and fixing it can take a while. For businesses, issues like this can be a killer for profits and foot traffic, as no customers will want to hang around long if they have to deal with the smell of a sewer. Disposing of your cooking oil is a simple yet effective way to prevent sewer concerns and their impact on your business.
Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Greenhouse gases like methane and carbon dioxide linger in the atmosphere and contribute to global warming. There’s been a significant rise in global temperatures, and evidence shows that it’s a consequence of greenhouse gas emissions. Cooking oil recycling management offers a solution for the effective reuse of fats and oils, allowing for the production of biodiesel fuels. These fuels are cleaner and help to minimise pollution and carbon dioxide emissions. Considering how much traditional fuels are used for vehicles and industry, reducing the need and usage will considerably reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Fortunately, we live in a world where rules and regulations prevent industrial negligence regarding waste management and disposal. Businesses who dispose of fats and cooking oils down the drain can lead to hefty fines or worse if you are a repeat offender. With recycling at such an advanced stage that genuinely benefits people, businesses, and the environment, it makes no sense to be negligent and wasteful. All it does is cause problems. Plus, recycling and waste management specialists are on-hand to collect cooking oil from your premises and dispose of it correctly. Minimal effort with maximum benefit. Oh, and no damage is being done to plumbing, sewers, or your business’s reputation.