Still managing your restaurant oil removal the old-fashioned way?

If you get jugs of fresh oil delivered on one truck and get grease removal and recycling from old fashioned “guy with a truck” renderers, it’s about time your oil management efforts caught up. To better understand your current processes, we assembled Cooking Oil Management 101, the basics of managing your restaurant’s cooking oil. Here, you can download cooking oil resources and learn how Total Oil Management will transform the way your kitchen works.

When it comes to restaurant cooking oil disposal, shuttling waste with oil caddies or buckets is outdated. One of the most dramatic process improvements that a restaurant can make is oil management. Take a look at this video to see if it reminds you of your oil management and disposal practices today.

Whether you call it grease removal, fryer oil recycling, frying oil disposal, waste cooking oil disposal, or restaurant oil removal, proper cooking oil management and collection can improve almost every aspect of your business. At Restaurant Technologies, we’re dedicated to enhancing safety, efficiency, sustainability, and food quality. That means you can experience better business operations and finances, and increased employee engagement simply by managing your cooking oil. Don’t get left behind; learn how to create a safer, smarter kitchen today.

Manage Oil to Minimize Costs

Getting the best return on oil investment and return on fried food costs are critical to sustaining your foodservice business. The good news is that most organizations have procedures in place to track basic oil spend and handling costs. But there’s still lots of room for error.

The breakdown happens during the traditional manual oil handling process.

A series of disconnected steps—including oil purchase and delivery through grease disposal and recycling—doesn’t offer insight into key oil metrics. These metrics can include oil usage over time, across locations, or within certain operating parameters. This leaves a gap where efficiencies and opportunities for training are missed, costing you time and money.

In addition, few operators have a good understanding of what oil handling costs in safety expenses. Though it’s not the operator’s fault since that information is usually held by the insurance company or the risk management department. However, these costs can add up to thousands of dollars per location per year. In fact, one study found that 60% of back of house (BOH) injuries were linked to cooking oil.

Only our turnkey solution can solve this problem. Since our automated oil technology handles the entire process from start to finish, it captures this data for you. And our user-friendly online reporting tools give you direct access to information that enables incremental (or, in some cases, more substantial) oil handling improvements that boost ROI. Learn more about automated oil management.

Free Oil Management Resources and Testing Guides

We offer free downloadable resources you can use while evaluating your current cooking oil management processes – from fresh oil delivery to waste oil collection and recycling. Explore our cooking oil infographics and an ever-expanding library of restaurant resources to see why you need to stop wasting your time on managing cooking oil.

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Oil Management 101
One of the most overlooked process improvements that a restaurant can make is in oil management. In fact, properly managed oil - from fresh oil delivery to grease removal and recycling - can have a positive impact on almost every other area of the organization including business operations and finance, employee engagement and costs, and customer satisfaction.