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Mahoney Hits a Home Run at Wrigley

Mahoney Hits A Home Run At Wrigley

Mahoney Environmental Develops Custom Waste Oil Disposal for Iconic Stadium What is there to say about Wrigley Field that Chicago area residents don’t already know? Wrigley Field is one of the most iconic stadiums in the U.S. and is deeply…

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Mahoney has a Storage Option to Fit Your Needs

Mahoney Has A Storage Option To Fit Your Needs

For decades Mahoney has provided the most durable, easiest to use, most reliable oil waste management and recycling equipment in the foodservice industry. Mahoney provides the type of equipment most appropriate for your kitchen layout, type of operation, and your frying…

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Benefits of Responsible Recycling

Benefits Of Responsible Recycling

Recycling for Generations Mahoney Environmental is committed to making the planet more livable through responsible recycling. 99% of what comes into our facilities is transformed into useful products that help the environment. By taking yellow grease and turning it into…

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Midwest Transportation Fleet Turns to Biodiesel

Midwest Transportation Fleet Turns To Biodiesel

Mahoney Environmental has restaurant customers in all 50 states, picking up used cooking oil, servicing grease traps, providing proprietary equipment for cooking oil handling, and in certain markets, delivering fresh oil.

Mahoney Environmental collects used cooking oil from restaurants and sells it to biodiesel producers to be made into the renewable fuel. The greater the demand for biodiesel, the greater the demand for its services. But that’s not why the Illinois-based company runs its 160-truck fleet on biodiesel blends. Instead, it’s the performance, financial and environmental benefits the company receives from the renewable fuel.

“At the end of the day, there’s not a lot of argument to be made against using biodiesel,” said Jeff Corbin, the company’s Director of Maintenance and Fleet Operations.

Mahoney Environmental has restaurant customers in all 50 states, picking up used cooking oil, servicing grease traps, providing proprietary equipment for cooking oil handling, and in certain markets, delivering fresh oil. Corbin’s job is to make sure that its full fleet of Class 7 and Class 88 trucks are in good running condition on any given day. So even though his employer is connected to the biodiesel industry, if the fuel didn’t perform, he wouldn’t use it.

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