May 23rd, 2019 |  Blog, Recycle Used Cooking Oil, and Used Oil Collection

Educating Your Employees about Cooking Oil Disposal >

As a restaurant owner, you’re well aware of the regulations surrounding the proper disposal of used cooking oil. But getting your employees to have the same understanding can sometimes be a challenge, especially in a fast-paced environment. Below are the best practices to share with your employees to help ensure your used cooking oil disposal goes smoothly and abides by the law. READ MORE

May 16th, 2019 |  Blog, Recycle Used Cooking Oil, and Restaurant Used Oil

Safe Handling of Fryer Grease >

Before you can recycle or properly dispose of your used fryer grease, you must first remove it from your fryers. With over a decade of experience in assisting restaurants and other establishments in oil collection, SeQuential understands how to ensure grease safety for your employees and customers. Read on to learn how to best handle used fryer grease prior to recycling. READ MORE

May 9th, 2019 |  Blog, Restaurant Used Oil, and Used Cooking Oil

Cooking Oil Collection Courtesies >

As a restaurant owner, you may be looking for better ways to properly dispose of your used cooking oil. Since your time is valuable, SeQuential offers cooking oil collection and recycling services that save you the hassle, so you can continue to fry away. We offer fee-free pickup services for businesses up and down the West Coast. To learn more, contact SeQuential today. READ MORE

May 2nd, 2019 |  Blog, Recycle Used Cooking Oil, and Used Oil Collection

Doing It Yourself: Driving Your Oil to Your Nearest Location >

Your favorite fried meal was a complete success, but now you’re faced with the task of properly disposing of the used cooking oil. Dumping oil down the drain can cause many costly problems and tossing it in the trash causes havoc on the environment. As someone who cares about the environment, you wouldn’t dare dump it down your drain READ MORE

April 25th, 2019 |  Biodiesel, Biodiesel Sustainability, and Blog

Problem Solver: A Closer Look at Biodiesel’s Advantages Over Petroleum >

Many people think of petroleum fuels as the only choice when it comes to fueling. It’s easy to see why, with many vehicles using this fuel and filling stations on every corner. Luckily since 2002, when SeQuential introduced the West Coast to high-quality biodiesel, it’s simpler than ever to choose an alternative to petroleum fuel. In fact, biodiesel offers a solution to a number of modern problems, from environmental harm to health risks and more. If you’re considering biodiesel for your personal vehicle or professional fleet, we’ll explain some of its top advantages over petroleum to help you make the switch. READ MORE

April 17th, 2019 |  Biodiesel, Biodiesel Sustainability, and Blog

Sustainability in Action: Effects of Biodiesel Use >

The idea of a fuel that could be produced indefinitely might sound almost too good to be true. But in reality, biodiesel offers exactly that. Replacing exhaustible resources, such as fossil fuels, with biodiesel created with recycled cooking oil offers far-reaching benefits not just for our environment, but also for our health and the economy. Curious about biodiesel sustainability and other positive effects? We examine some of the top benefits of swapping petroleum diesel for biodiesel. READ MORE

April 9th, 2019 |  Blog, Health risks of FOG, and Recycle Used Cooking Oil

FOG: Fats, Oils, Greases >

Nobody looks forward to dealing with a grease trap. After all, it’s usually full of waste you’d rather not think about. But what exactly is the substance inside? The ”stuff” that collects inside your grease trap is referred to as FOG, and if not properly managed, it can have serious consequences for your pipes, the local sewer system and the environment. READ MORE

April 2nd, 2019 |  Blog, Recycle Used Cooking Oil, and Used Oil Collection

Stadium Cooking Oil Recycling >

The first thing that a sports fan notices upon entering the stadium is usually the heavenly aroma of freshly prepared foods wafting from concession stands. As many traditional game-day treats are fried, you’re well aware of the large quantities of used oil left when the game is over. If your facility needs a responsible, economical way to dispose of used oil, turn to SeQuential’s free used oil collection service. READ MORE

March 23rd, 2019 |  Blog, Recycle Used Cooking Oil, and Used Cooking Oil

University Cooking Oil Recycling >

A college or university’s sustainability efforts speak volumes to its reputation and credibility. To help dining hall kitchens and other campus eateries manage used cooking oil and reduce harmful waste, SeQuential offers a free oil collection service for educational institutions. We guarantee that your used cooking oil will be safely transported to one of our West Coast facilities and turned into eco-friendly, clean-burning biodiesel, helping your campus contribute to a healthier planet. For more information, contact us today. READ MORE

March 15th, 2019 |  Blog, Used Cooking Oil, and Used Oil Collection

Restaurant Cooking Oil Recycling >

At SeQuential, we focus on more than just the production of a clean, nontoxic alternative to petroleum diesel. We’re also dedicated to helping restaurant owners properly maintain their grease traps and adhere to all regulations for cooking oil disposal. Our passion for the health of our environment drives us to transform your excess grease into biodiesel with a nearly 85 percent smaller carbon footprint than petroleum diesel, and that process starts with you. Contact us today for more information on our fee-free restaurant cooking oil disposal. READ MORE