Use the calculators below to see how much of an impact you are having (or could be having) with your positive actions.

Measure the Impact of Your Operations by Your Current Usage of Oil Jibs

Really, just how much trash can you actually eliminate from your local landfills? Here’s a hint, it’s way more than you think! Save space, save the earth, and save money with a Safer, Smarter Kitchen. Learn more about the sustainability benefits of implementing a closed loop, end-to-end Total Oil Management system.

Measure your Environmental Impact Based off of the Total Pounds of Cooking Oil you Currently are Using Today:

Not sure how many Jibs you go through in a week? Estimate the amount by pounds of cooking oil that your site or sites go through in the average week. If you are still unsure about the numbers, you need to take a look at our Fryer Filtration Management System. You can also take a look at our free eBook: Go Green, Save Green.

Downloadable Resources & Whitepapers

Kitchen Safety 101: How to prevent costly restaurant injuries

Whether you manage a QSR or casual dining establishment, these are the most common types of injuries that occur in restaurants:

Understanding the impact these injuries could have on your business and knowing how to prevent them can help make your restaurant a safer place for your employees to come to work.

Go Green, Save Green: How to make your kitchen more sustainable

Reduce your kitchen’s environmental footprint and decrease costs.

Whether you replace all your equipment with ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances tomorrow or start by actively recycling waste today, any effort you make to reduce your back-of-house environmental impact makes a difference.

Does your Kitchen Need an Oil Change? Choosing the Right Cooking Oil

A guide to selecting the right cooking oil

Cooking oil may be the secret ingredient no one is talking about when it comes to fried food. It can mean the difference between a one-time visitor and a regular customer. You certainly want good taste, texture and appearance, but there are also other considerations for choosing oil.

Six ways to optimize your deli operations

Grocer delis have an unprecedented opportunity to be much more than a lunch meat and specialty cheeses provider.

Changing consumer behaviors and preferences have catapulted the unassuming deli into the spotlight, as shoppers increasingly look for quick mealtime solutions.

Three megatrends behind the rise of safer, smarter kitchens

Three megatrends behind the rise of safer, smarter kitchens. Admit it. When it comes to managing your food service operation, back-of-house is typically back of mind. More times than not, it’s front-of-house that gets the biggest share of your attention. However, many in the business are beginning to realize it’s time to bring forward a...

The Oil Management Value Chain: Return on Investment at Each Step of the Process

For as long as anyone can remember, fried foods have been high on the list of desirable menu items for fast casual foodservice organizations. Consumers debate over the best French fries and which fish sandwich is crispiest. Restaurants have come a long way in making fried foods a healthier choice for consumers, including switching to...

Oil Management: Converting a Cost Center to a Strategic, High-Impact Asset

This whitepaper details the reasons that oil management ranks above oil selection in enabling food service operators to meet their frying program goals - to select an oil that delivers the optimal combination of durability, flavor, nutrition and cost effectiveness. This document also prescribes that managing fryer oil impacts more than...

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We just had a workman’s compensation review and it’s surprising how much difference an automated system can make. We want employees to feel safe at work, and this is an easy way we can make it safer.
Tony De Salvo
Franchisee, Bar Louie
Safety and efficiency are the greatest values that have been added to my restaurant, and the Restaurant Technologies staff has been extremely professional and their service is amazing. I’m definitely a happy customer.
Harsh Ghai
Franchisee, Burger King
Our employees work with hot oil every day to prepare the KFC chicken our customers have come to love. We can’t afford to overuse or misuse shortening because it affects our dollars spent, kitchen safety and food flavors.
Kevin Schlutz
President Central Iowa KFC Inc.
Minimizing the space required for storage and reducing the amount of time spent manually filling, filtering and disposing of frying oil tremendously helps our operation be more efficient.
Haley Bitterman
Corporate Executive Chef, Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group
The proof was in the data – the statistics from TOM made us create good habits. And now that we’ve created them, the entirety of managing frying oil – from buying and storing to filtering and cleaning – is very easy to manage.
Haley Bitterman
Corporate Executive Chef, Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group
Managing oil effectively is vital in our business because it affects cleanliness, employee safety, and operational efficiency. We can’t afford to misuse shortening because it affects the flavor, quality and consistency of our products.
Kevin Schlutz
President Central Iowa KFC Inc.