Mahoney obtains exclusive rights to collect and recycle used cooking oil generated at Carrols Burger King locations
JOLIET, Ill., Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Mahoney Environmental, (www.mahoneyes.com) a leading recycler of cooking oil for over 60 years, announced today that it previously entered into an agreement for used cooking oil pick up and disposal, along with automated equipment replacement, with Carrols Restaurant Group, Inc. (“Carrols”), who is the largest operator of franchised Burger King restaurants in the United States.
This multi-location agreement was signed in January of 2016 by Beau Mega, Director of Business Development and Sonny Nuccio, National Account Manager, under the advisory of Tim Zak, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Mahoney Environmental. Carrols franchises over 760 Burger King restaurants in 16 states. This contract grants Mahoney Environmental the exclusive, long-term rights to collect and recycle used cooking oil generated at Carrols Burger King locations for the majority of their restaurants.
Tim Zak, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Mahoney Environmental states, “We are extremely delighted to have signed a multi-year agreement with Carrols Corporation. Carrols understands the importance of handling used cooking oil in a safe and clean manner, and they were comfortable that the equipment solutions offered by Mahoney Environmental would help them meet this objective. We are proud that an organization like Carrols recognizes the value Mahoney can bring in helping them meet their business goals.”
About Mahoney Environmental
Mahoney Environmental is a licensed EPA recycler and a leader in used cooking oil collection and recycling. They engineer the most reliable equipment to make back-of-the-house food service operations more efficient and provide the highest level of service. Mahoney Environmental also provides grease trap services to food service operators nationwide, servicing national and regional chains, as well as independent restaurants throughout the United States. Fresh oil programs in select markets are also available through Mahoney Environmental.
Since 1953, Mahoney Environmental has been recycling used cooking oil, grease trap material, and other waste products into materials that are sustainably transformed into products such as animal feed and alternative biofuels.