Does OPR offer consulting services?
With over 40 years’ experience in the industry, our leaders have knowledge and expertise that we would love to share. If you are experiencing an unusual situation or are unsure of your next steps, call us – we’d love to talk!
How often must I clean my grease trap?
Columbus, OH requires a cleaning once a calendar quarter or before exceeding 25% capacity, whichever comes first; however, you should always check with your local health department in case your local laws are stricter.
Can Ohio Processing and Recycling clean grease traps in tight or narrow spaces?
Yes! We use top of the line equipment to clean your grease receptacle. Our equipment is quiet, small enough to fit through a standard doorway, and light enough to carry up a flight of stairs. No matter where your grease trap is located, we can clean it out!
Can I set the time for my service appointment?
We always work with our valued customers to find a convenient day and time for service!
Do you offer extra pick-up or emergency services?
At OPR, our services are customer-oriented and our staff is always willing to work with your needs so that they’re met in a timely, effective fashion. We’re dedicated to using what we have, so our state-of-the-art equipment and committed staff are at your service, even on short notice!
What does OPR do with the recycled oil?
OPR transports recycled cooking oil all over the nation through our parent company Aristide, which is based out of Houston, Texas. Used cooking oil can be used to make synthetics, tires, steel coolant, soap, or lubricants, amongst many other consumer products.
Is OPR open to partnerships with other recycling operators?
OPR hopes to capture and recycle as much used cooking oil as possible through whatever means are available, including partnerships! Contact us via phone or contact form, and we’ll reach out to discuss how we can work together for a better tomorrow.
What affiliations is OPR a part of?
Currently, OPR is a member of the Ohio Restaurant Association.
What is DAF or Sludge?
Dissolved air flotation (DAF) is a water treatment process used in large processing plants. This is a process where air bubbles are suspended into matter, which causes oil or sludge to rise to the top, where it’s able to be harvested and recycled.