Sasi Wholesale will launch a used cooking oil pickup, recycling, and fry oil management service in the St. Louis region.
MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (SasiWholesale) Sasi Wholesale offers Fry Oil and Vegetable Oil at competitive prices. In February 2024, Sasi Wholesale will launch a fry oil management service, a used cooking oil pickup service, and a used cooking oil recycling service. UCO is the acronym for “Used Cooking Oil.”
For most restaurants, new and used cooking oil takes time and costs significant money to manage and replace. It is a job that most employees try to avoid or refuse to perform.
New or used cooking oil can be purchased at Sasi Thai Market, an Sasi Wholesale affiliate.
Fry Oil Management Service
We will remove the hassle of shopping for oil at a competitive price, remove the UCO, clean the fryers, and replace them with fresh cooking oil. We perform this service before or after hours to avoid disrupting the kitchen.
Used Cooking Oil Pickup/Drop-Off Service
We will pick up your UCO and pay up to .35 cents per pound. However, this depends on the customer purchasing our new cooking oil.
Used Cooking Oil Recycling
Sasi Wholesale has designed and is building a Used Cooking Oil Recycling Plant that will filter and clean the oil to industry specifications to be sold to biodiesel plants, sell it on the commodities exchange, or reclaimed for reuse.
For more information, call Marty at 417-529-1133 or Sasi at 314-363-3993.
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