Food Trends for 2020

Foods Kicking off The New Year 2020 has arrived, and with it 2019 has continued the trend interesting foods of Instagram, the online world with Ghost Kitchens, and sustainability and regenerative farming of Farm-t-Table cuisine. Avocados, kale, and gummy vitamins are all trends being left behind in 2019. We have been scouring the web to… Read more »

Dumping Grease Down the Drain Feeds the Fatburg

FRYING BACON? THINK TWICE ABOUT WHERE YOU PUT IT. Did you know not to flush or dump grease, fats and oils down the drain? Not everyone knows or cares about how important recycling used cooking oil is. This London wastewater company knows firsthand how many people are ignorant about what should or should not go… Read more »

About Cooking Oil: The Process

The Life-Cycle of Cooking Oil (Recycling Used Cooking Oil) Much like a food chain or life cycle, cooking oil also goes through a process of transformation and change Cooking Oil has been a staple of human culture for thousands of years, with the ancient Greeks crushing olives and heating them under the sun for olive… Read more »

Small Tank Solution

Small Tank Solution MOPAC is excited to announce that we have recently unveiled a small tank solution to add to our customized solutions plan. For over fifty years MOPAC has provided drums and tanks for our customer for their outdoor used cooking oil problems, but we’ve decided to try something new. We hear our customers… Read more »

Restaurant Trends of 2018 From MOPAC

There has never been more restaurants in the US than there are today, but there have been equally less and less customers entering the doors to this seemingly ever growing sector. The average American is now spending about half of their allotted food money on restaurants per paycheck instead of the grocery store, yet independently… Read more »

What’s the Deal with Bio Diesel?

  The fuel that has run your car and most engines since its appearance has been petroleum. The carbon-based refined oil is increasingly becoming a scarce & expensive commodity. So the twenty-first century has made it its mission to find an alternative source of fuel, one that is reliable yet not ever-dwindling. There are several… Read more »

FAQ

Everything You Wanted to Know (& More) About MOPAC

Grease & Used Cooking Oil Theft

Protect Your Business & Your Assets UCO Recycling is a competitive business, make sure you are getting the most from your efforts to dispose of it properly. (cooking oil theft) Any business that uses a process that involves oil or grease (vegetable or animal) has a byproduct afterwards, aptly called used cooking oil. This oil… Read more »

MOPAC Environmental Fun Facts

Fueling Our Community & Environment Mopac Rendering recycles close to 8 million gallons of used vegetable oils per year for distribution into the fats and animal feed ingredient industries and the environmentally friendly bio-fuels market. We see our participation in the bio-fuels market throughout the world as an opportunity to further our commitment to reducing… Read more »

MOPAC & Relay for Life

MOPAC has always been dedicated to giving back to the community. We’ve been servicing the community as a service provider, but in the past few years MOPAC has engaged the community in other ways, most recently as a partner with Relay for Life. Since 2014 the employees of MOPAC have delightedly devoted their time to… Read more »

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What Grease Does to Your Drains

From Sink to Sewer When grease is poured into the drain it leaves your house or business as a liquid, but it does not stay that way for long. As soon as that grease is cooled or meets a cool object underground it becomes a solid again, quickly becoming a conglomeration with chemicals and debris… Read more »

Grease Container Tips & House Keeping

Help Us Help You Contact us if your business or company want a laminated copy to keep by your containment unit Find out how to correctly maintain your grease containers   Allowable Items – Rendering UCO Containers: o Used Cooking Oil o Unused expired cooking oil NON-Allowable Items: o Trash of any kind, including packaging… Read more »