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Cooking Oil & GreaseCity Trash & Recycling

Oil and grease should not be poured down the drain because they clog up the sewer lines. They should also not be put into trash containers, because they make a mess, create strong odors, and attract rodents. There are many companies that will collect separated grease at no charge.

The used cooking oil that is disposed of yearly by the average restaurant has the potential, after being converted to biodiesel, to replace or migrate 1,000 gallons of imported petroleum, 3 lbs of carbon dioxide emissions, 1 lb of particulate matter emissions, 1 lb. or volatile organic compounds.

Source - biodieselindustries.com

Grease and Tallow Companies that Serve Santa Barbara
Business Name Phone Website Grease Trap Pumping Grease Collection
Biodiesel Industries (805) 683-8103 www.biodieselindustries.com v v
Ameriguard Maintenance Services (800) 347-7876 x 14 v v
Baker Commodities (323) 268-2801 v
One More Time (800) 624-5504 v
Salinas Tallow (800) 621-9000 v
Darling International (323) 269-7531 www.darlingii.com/services.aspx v v
Oscar's Grease Trap Service (805) 403-1509 v v
RP Environmental, Inc. (805) 929-5509 v v
Ventura Rendering (805) 485-2217 v v
Superior Drain & Trap Services (805) 981-7036 v v
County Sanitation Co. (805) 682-3568 v v
Lee & Neal (805) 884-1023 www.marborg.com/greasetrap.html v v
Buron's Preferred Pumping (805) 579-9226 www.preferredpumping.com v v
Coastal Byproducts (805) 845-8086 www.coastalbyproducts.com v v
All Valley Environmental (559) 498-8378 allvalleyenv.com v v
Last Updated: Feb 1, 2016