At GEB we keep it simple, safe and superior. Our goal is to make sure that you can concentrate on running your restaurant, while we take care of the grease. We offer above average rebates for each gallon (mailed quarterly) we collect to ensure your satisfaction. We have a growing fleet of collection trucks that crisscross Georgia, North and South Carolinas, and Tennessee six days a week. Moreover, we solve issues within 48 hours of your emergency service request guaranteed. We even provide grease collections bins at no cost for you. We designed and built these containers based on our more than 10 years of experience in the industry, to prevent spills, be easy to use and remain clean.
Since starting out in Columbia, SC as Midlands Biofuels, Green Energy Biofuel has expanded to serve clients in South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Green Energy Biofuel is dedicated to upcycling waste vegetable oil and cooking oil, providing meaningful work for our employees, creating growth opportunities throughout the Southeastern United States, and helping the Earth become a cleaner, friendlier place.
While we now have the capabilities and capacity of an industrial company, we at Green Energy Biofuel pride ourselves on operating at a large level while retaining the core values of a family-owned business. Our commitment to customer service is unmatched because we know that staying “human” and accessible whenever needed, is foundational for a renowned service provider.
Services we provide:
- Cooking Oil Collections
- Grease Trap Pumping
- Pressure Washing
- Hydro-line Jetting
Get your facilities cleaned for FREE!
Because we pay our customers for oil, we can offset the costs for cleaning services. In most cases, the value of the oil collected covers 100% of the cost of Pressure Washing and Hydro-Line Jetting.
Is your business in serious need of a good cleaning?
We now offer professional pressure washing and hydro-line jetting services to food service and production facilities! Slippery floors? Unsightly grease bins? Clogged, odor filled drains? Let our high-temperature pressure washer penetrate and emulsify your greasy grime and eliminate potential problems before they become operation halting situations.
Our specialized technicians can clean or jet areas like but not limited to grease bins, dumpsters, kitchens, and even restaurant patios! We would be happy to arrange a service schedule that meets your needs, whether it is quarterly, semi-annual or annually, Green Energy Biofuel will be sure to help keep you up and running.
Call today for a free estimate and see how we can help make your business shine! (803) 718-6323
Grease Trap Pumping
We service indoor grease interceptors (in the kitchen), outdoor oil collection bins, and outdoor below ground grease traps. Each account is unique in size and work required to service so pricing varies, however we are dedicated to customer satisfaction and always offer highly competitive rates! We keep it simple, safe and superior.
Why grease is a problem?
When maintained properly, grease traps prevent your kitchen grease and food waste materials from entering the city sewer system. Grease is a leading cause of sanitary sewer overflows since it clogs sanitary sewer lines and ultimately causes line blockages. Once an overflow occurs, untreated wastewater overflows into streets, homes and commercial enterprises.
As a business or organization, it is your priority to prevent this by any means. An overflow results in disrupted business and negatively affect reputations. Sewer backups also increase health risks and pollute the water supply. Through regular grease trap pumping, Green Energy can prevent grease-related sewer overflows.
How grease interceptors work?
If you use oil or grease in your establishment and they are washed into the sanitary sewer system, then you should have a grease trap or interceptor. How the grease trap interceptor works:
- Your kitchen’s complete plumbing system, including sinks, dishwashers, floor-drains mop-sinks, drains into the grease trap or grease interceptor system.
- Wastewater flows into either an interior or exterior (usually in-ground) grease trap system. A baffle separates the inlet and outlet of the trap, keeping grease in.
- Grease floats to the top of the grease trap, while solids settle on the bottom. The trap or interceptor must be vacuum pumped regularly by a skilled service provider to remove the entire contents of the trap.
- Clean water then continues to flow into your sewer or septic system.