Here at Cater Oils, we’re pleased to be able to offer waste oil collection in Sheffield. If you opt for our waste cooking oil collection service, not only will you be ensuring safe and responsible disposal of your waste cooking oil, but you’ll also be helping to reduce your carbon footprint.
The best part about choosing Cater oils to dispose of your waste cooking oil in Sheffield is that our service is completely free. Where minimum quantities apply, you’ll almost never have to pay for us to perform waste oil collection services in Sheffield. As an effective, eco-friendly, cost-effective option for those looking to dispose of used cooking oil, it’s never been easier to rid your premises of it responsibly.
You’ll never have to pay for waste oil collection in Sheffield (minimum quantities apply) when you choose Cater Oils. In fact, we’ll pay you cash or offer credit against our cooking oil supply service. The amount of oil you’re looking to dispose of will determine how much money or credit we give you. Although the choice of cash or credit will solely fall to you.
If you choose Cater Oils for waste oil collection in Sheffield, then you can rest assured that you’ll be given a waste transfer note. This gives you complete peace of mind that we will dispose of your waste oil safely and responsibly, whilst also helping to keep both your carbon footprint and that of Cater Oils’ to an absolute minimum.
We are fully-licensed by the Environment Agency and so any and all paperwork we present you with should be filed away for a minimum of six years. You can view and download our waste carriers licence here: CBDU84909.
If you choose Cater Oils for waste oil collection in Sheffield, then you can rest assured all of the oil we remove will be recycled into green biodiesel at a dedicated facility, helping you to combat the effects of climate change.
In addition to used cooking oil, our specialist team is also able to take away and recycle: fats, grease, out of date margarine and butter. However, if you’re looking to dispose of any of the aforementioned, they need to be stored in one of the following containers: