Friday, April 23, 2010

Absolutely FREE Waste Oil Collection

Waste Oil Recyclers takes your old cooking oil and recycles it for re-use in home heating and biodiesel. We are a 100% green company, doing our part to make the world a better place.

Technology + Customer Service =
Never having to worry about restaurant cooking oil disposal again!

Our state of the art collection system alerts us when you're in need of a pick-up so that you don't have to worry about calling us. It's so EASY and so FREE that not using Waste Oil Recyclers doesn’t make much sense. Let us haul away your fryer oil and grease so that you can stop worrying about the little things and get back to running your business.

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Service Agreement

This Agreement effective: between
and Waste Oil Recyclers, Inc. and hereinafter "Customer") as follows:
Customer Information
Restaurant Name:
Primary Contact:
Street Address:
First Collection Date:
Approx. Weekly WVO:
Storage Location:
Emergency Contact:
Emergency Contact #:
Waste Oil Recyclers agrees to service and maintain the waste oil containers at the following collection intervals subject to the terms and conditions set forth below:
# of Containers

*WOR pay client a minimum of 3 cents per pound.
Attention To #:
Street Address:
RECYCLER’S DUTIES. Recycler agrees to furnish the waste oil collection, disposal, and/or recycling services and equipment specified, or service existing equipment pursuant to the terms described on the front page hereof.
A. All containers and equipment owned and furnished by Recycler for Customer’s use hereunder shall, while in the possession and control of the Customer, remain the property of Recycler. Customer, except as expressly set forth herein, shall have no ownership rights to such equipment.
B. Customer shall use the equipment only for the proper purposes for which it is intended and shall not overload the equipment or make any alterations or improvements to the equipment. Customer shall be liable to Recycler for loss or damage to the equipment in excess of ordinary wear and tear.
C. Customer agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Recycler, its employees and agents, against all claims, damages, suits, penalties, fines and any other liability for injury or death to person or loss or damage to property or the environment (“Damages”) arising out of Customer’s breach of this Agreement including, but not limited to the Customer’s use, operation or possession of the equipment or the deposit of Excluded Material (hereinafter defined) with Recycler. Customer shall maintain the equipment and surrounding area in a clean and safe condition and shall maintain an open right of ingress and egress to enable Recycler to service the equipment safely and efficiently.
A. On collection day(s), Customer shall provide unobstructed access to the equipment. If the equipment is inaccessible, Recycler will attempt to notify Customer in person, or failing that, by telephone. Recycler shall be excused from completing said collection and any additional substitute collection service or substitute attempt to provide such service shall be charged as an “extra pick-up” and customer hereby agrees to pay a fee to Recycler at Recycler’s prevailing rate for the extra cost of additional transportation to and from customer’s facility. For the purposes of this provision, inaccessibility shall include (without limitation) Recycler’s inability to make a collection because of parked vehicles, locked security gates or fences, snow/ice, flood waters or other accumulations or obstructions.
B. If Recycler fails to make a scheduled collection for any reason other than inaccessibility, Customer’s fault, or causes beyond Recycler’s control, Customer’s exclusive remedy shall be to notify Recycler that a collection has not been made, and unless otherwise excused, Recycler shall perform said collection within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of notification. If Recycler is excused from said collection, Recycler will perform the collection as soon as reasonably possible and practical.
TERM. Customer agrees that Recycler shall have the absolute and irrevocable exclusive right to collection and disposal of customer’s waste oil material pursuant to this Agreement for an initial term of 1 years from the Effective Date and for any and all renewal terms hereunder. The obligations, representations warranties and indemnifications herein shall survive any termination hereof.
NOTICE OF TERMINATION/RENEWAL. Except where prohibited by law, this Agreement shall be automatically renewed for successive 1 year terms unless Customer or Recycler gives written notice of termination by Certified Mail to the other at least sixty (60) days but not more than one hundred twenty (120) days prior to the termination of the initial term or any renewal term then in effect. To be effective, termination notice must be given directly by the Customer or Recycler to the other, and not by or through any third person or entity, including (without limitation) a competitor service provider of Recycler. If at the time of the execution of this Agreement, the Customer has an existing agreement with a competitor service provider, the effective date of this Agreement shall be the first renewal date of the existing agreement, and customer agrees to give proper notice of termination of such agreement.
RIGHT TO COMPETE. Customer grants to Recycler the right to compete with any offer which Customer receives (or intends to make or accept) relating to any services under this Agreement upon any termination hereof, and agrees to give Recycler written notice of any such offer and a reasonable opportunity to respond to it and match it. If Recycler matches the offer, Customer shall renew this Agreement for an additional term.
EARLY TERMINATION BY CUSTOMER. If Customer terminates this Agreement other than as provided above (an “Early Termination”), Customer shall pay to Recycler, as liquidated damages, an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the average monthly gross income to Recycler derived from Customer from all sources multiplied by the number of months remaining in the term. The average Monthly Gross Income is: (a) the average of all Recycler’s gross income attributable to waste oil pickups from Customer’s facility for the six (6) months preceding termination; or (b) if terminated less than six (6) months into the term, the average of all Recycler’s gross income attributable to waste oil pick-ups from Customer’s facility since the Effective Date; or (c) if terminated before any Recycler gross income is realized from Customer, the anticipated Recycler gross income. The sale of Customer’s business assets and a resulting termination of the Agreement shall be deemed an “Early Termination” hereunder. Customer acknowledges that these liquidated damages are not a penalty, but a reasonable and good faith forecast of just compensation to the Recycler for damages that any otherwise be difficult to estimate and that result from Customer’s breach of this agreement.
A. Customer represents and warrants that the waste oil material to be collected and transported by Recycler pursuant to this Agreement is used cooking oil as defined by applicable laws and regulations, generated by Customer (“Waste Oil Material”), and will not contain food waste, water or special waste, such as industrial process wastes, material containing asbestos, petroleum contaminated waste, treated/de-characterized wastes, or any other waste other than said food waste. Waste Oil Material specifically excludes, and Customer agrees not to tender, deposit or permit the deposit for Recycler’s collection of, any radioactive, volatile, corrosive, flammable, explosive, biomedical, infectious, bio-hazardous, regulated medical or hazardous waste, toxic substance or other material, as defined by, characterized, or listed under applicable federal, state, or local law or regulations (collectively, “Excluded Material”). Customer retains all title to and liability for Excluded Material.
B. Customer shall, at its expense, provide any requested chemical characterization of the waste oil to be collected and transported by Recycler. Customer shall notify Recycler, in advance, of any changes in the characteristics or consistency of the oil waste or the oil waste generation process with respect to the oil waste streams collected and transported by Recycler hereunder.

C. Recycler may reject, tender and/or return to Customer at Customer’s expense any Excluded Material. Customer shall bear full responsibility and pay all expenses and costs incurred (including but not limited to removal, decontamination, transportation, remediation, proper treatment and disposal, and any fines and penalties together with Recycler’s actual legal expenses, expert fees, and other costs) with respect to such Excluded Material and any other material contaminated therewith, whether from transfer and/or disposal facility (ies), the customer( s) property, third party property or equipment, or Recycler’s (or its subcontractor’s) vehicles or equipment.
CHARGES; PAYMENT; ADJUSTMENTS. When required by this Agreement, Customer shall pay Recycler within ten (10) days of invoice receipt for the services provided by Recycler (For equipment replacement) in accordance with the Schedule of Charges shown. Recycler may increase charges or adjust payment to off-set the increased costs of providing services to Customer including increases in: disposal, fuel, environmental compliance fees or transportation costs; changes in the characteristics or composition of Customer’s oil waste; uncontrollable circumstances, including (without limitation) changes in local, state or federal law or regulation, governmental imposition of taxes, fees or surcharges; and resulting from acts of God, such as floods, hurricanes and fires. Annually, the Recycler may also adjust the rates to reflect the percentage increase in the U.S. City Average Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), published by the U.S. Department of labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Recycler may adjust the rates hereunder in any amount in excess of the foregoing with Customer’s approval upon thirty (30) days prior notice. Changes in rates, equipment, and frequency of service may be agreed to orally or in writing and shall be deemed evidenced by the practices and actions of the parties, including payment. Recycler may suspend service or remove the equipment if payment is late or in the event of any other breach by Customer, without prejudice to any of Recycler’s other rights, and such suspension or removal shall not constitute termination of this Agreement unless Recycler so elects. If Recycler elects, such termination shall be deemed an Early Termination by Customer.
PAVEMENT DAMAGE/OVERWEIGHT CONTAINERS. Recycler shall not be responsible for damage to any pavement or accompanying subsurface of any driveway, curb, parking lot or other route reasonably necessary to perform the services herein contracted. Customer shall place all oil waste material hereunder into provided container(s), and shall not overload containers serviced by Recycler.
FORCE MAJEURE. Except for payment of services rendered or loss of gross revenue to Recycler from anticipated Customer waste oil pick-ups, to the extent that either party is precluded from performing its obligations hereunder as the result of acts of God, authority of laws, strikes, lockouts, labor disputes, riots or other causes beyond its control, such non-performing party shall be excused to the extent that its performance continues to be precluded by such causes.
ASSIGNMENT/BINDING EFFECT. Customer may not assign its rights and/or obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Recycler. This Agreement is a legally binding contract on the part of Recycler and Customer and their respective heirs, representatives, successors and assigns. This Agreement shall apply to changes in service address location(s) and to additional service location(s) of Customer within the area in which Recycler provides collection service.
LIMITATION ON LIABILITY. The parties shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental or consequential damages other than described in this Agreement. Recycler’s aggregate liability, if any, arising out of this agreement shall not exceed the aggregate gross income derived by Recycler from waste oil picked up from Customer’s facility, regardless of whether recovery is sought in contract, tort, statute or otherwise.
MISCELLANEOUS. As to conflicts between terms hereof which are printed and those which are typed or written, the typed or written language shall govern. As to conflicts between this Agreement and the printed terms of a Customer’s agreement to which this Agreement may be attached or incorporated, the terms of this Agreement shall control. In the event of a breach of this Agreement, including Customer’s failure to pay liquidated damages for Early Termination as aforesaid, the breaching party shall pay all actual attorney’s fees, collection fees and costs of the prevailing party incident to any action brought to remedy a default or enforce the terms of this Agreement. Each party hereby waives its right to a trial by jury with respect to any litigation resulting from a breach or enforcement hereof. There are no third party beneficiaries of this Agreement. This Agreement, together with any documents referred to herein, sets forth the entire agreement of the parties hereto. Any invalid provision of this Agreement shall be deemed stricken and shall no invalidate or render unenforceable this Agreement or any other provision; as such, the parties hereby authorize a court of competent jurisdiction to “blue pencil” any legally non-conforming provision to render it legally conforming under relevant law for the remainder of this term of this agreement. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Venue for any action brought under this Agreement shall be the Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, Pennsylvania.
I agree to the above:

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Social Responsibility

e donate a portion of your processed waste oil to various local charities and community projects for use as heating oil. We currently focus our efforts on women and children’s shelters and half way houses. If there are local charities that you would like to see your donations go to, please contact our sales representative.


Politics: Wasting Fuel

Every gallon of waste oil that gets recycled into fuel, is one less gallon of petroleum diesel that is needed. Every gallon of WVO that is used to generate fuel, is one less gallon that needs to be imported from somewhere else, and is one more gallon that supports America’s farmers.

Biofuels and other oil recycling products increase supply and decrease the cost for everyone, whether they choose to support biofuels or not. Since the raw materials are produced and collected locally, you are assuring a stable local fuel supply, and you are seeing where your dollar is going.

History of Diesel

In 1893, German inventor Rudolph Diesel published a paper entitled “The Theory and Construction of a Rational Heat Engine,” which described an engine in which air is compressed by a piston to a very high pressure, causing a high temperature. Fuel is then injected and ignited by the compression temperature.

Diesel built his first engine based on that theory the same year and, though it worked only sporadically, he patented it. Within a few years, Diesel's design became the standard of the world for that type of engine and his name was attached to it.

Diesel thought that the United States was the greatest potential market for his engine. The first diesel built in the United States was made in 1898 by Busch-Zulzer Brothers Diesel Engine Co. The president of that company was Adolphus Busch, of Budweiser brewing fame, who had purchased North American manufacturing rights.
Diesel's Humanitarian Vision
Diesel originally thought that the diesel engine, (readily adaptable in size and utilizing locally available fuels) would enable independent craftsmen and artisans to endure the powered competition of large industries that ten virtually monopolized the predominant power source-the over sized, expensive, fuel-wasting steam engine. During 1885 Diesel set up his first shop-laboratory in Paris and began his 13-year ordeal of creating his distinctive engine. At Augsburg, on August 10th, 1893, Diesel's prime model, a single 10-foot iron cylinder with a flywheel at its base, ran on its own power for the first time. Diesel spent two more years at improvements and on the last day of 1896 demonstrated another model with the spectacular, if theoretical, mechanical efficiency of 75.6 percent, in contrast to the then-prevailing efficiency of the steam engine of 10 percent or less. Although commercial manufacture was delayed another year and even then begun at a snail's pace, by 1898 Diesel was a millionaire from franchise fees in great part international. His engines were used to power pipelines, electric and water plants, automobiles and trucks, and marine craft, and soon after were used in applications including mines, oil fields, factories, and transoceanic shipping.

DuPont, Mellon, and Hearst
Diesel expected that his engine would be powered by vegetable oils (including hemp) and seed oils. At the 1900 World's Fair, Diesel ran his engines on peanut oil. Later, George Schlichten invented a hemp 'decoricating' machine that stood poised to revolutionize paper making. Henry Ford demonstrated that cars can be made of, and run on, hemp. DuPont and Hearst were heavily invested in timber and petroleum resources, and saw renewable fuels as a threat to their empires. Petroleum companies also knew that petroleum emits noxious, toxic byproducts when incompletely burned, as in an auto engine. Pollution was important to Diesel and he saw his engine as a solution to the inefficient, highly polluting engines of his time.
A Mystery
Diesel died under mysterious circumstances in 1913, vanishing during an overnight crossing of the English Channel on the mail steamer Dresden from Antwerp to Harwich. Diesel's death might have been suicide, accidental or an assassination. Proponents of the assassination theory point out that shortly after Diesel's death, a diesel-powered German submarine fleet became the scourge of the seas. Diesel had been friendly to France, Britain and the United States.

Waste Oil Collection

We have the most economical waste oil collection service in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We provide the storage containers and keep your waste oil collection area impeccably clean. We assure timely pickups and offer several waste oil collection plans to meet your specific needs. Our service is simple and will save you and your employees' time and money. For customers that decrease their oil cook time and keep their oil free of water and debris, Waste Oil Recyclers can offer even greater savings. Fill out, our Waste Oil Collection Service Agreement!
Timely, Clean, & The Best Value In Southeastern Pennsylvania...FREE!
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Waste Oil Resale

If you are interested in purchasing oil for use in biofuel please fill out this form
and someone will get back to you with current pricing.
Contact Name:
Street Address:
*State: (required)
Monthly Quanity Desired:
#3 Used Vegetable Oil
Less than 2% water
Less than 8% FFA
Screened of Solids 1/2 inch Nominal
#4 used Vegetable Oil
Less than 30% (BSW) Bottom Solids and Water
Less than 15% FFA
Screened of Solids 1/2 inch Nominal
#5 Used Vegetable Oil
Less than 1% water
Less than 8% FFA
Filtered to 5 Micron Nominal
Intended Use:
*Note:Waste Oil Recyclers Inc. is committed to only selling used vegetable oil to processors/users that can guarantee that the product will be processed/used domestically in the USA for Biofuel. Other buyers need not contact us.
Additional Comments:

Economic Viability

We guarantee to have the lowest cost service in Southeastern PA, for waste oil recycling.. We at WOR have extensive backgrounds in the food service industry and know what slim margins the average resturaunt operates within. Every dollar of savings makes a difference. Let us show you how to decrease the time and work required to dispose of your waste oil while saving your business money.

Since Waste Oil Recyclers is environmentally and socially responsible, you can use your cost saving choice as free marketing and advertisement for your business. Customers are increasingly aware of businesses that choose to “Be Green” and act as Community Builders. By choosing WOR you are giving something back to the neighborhoods around you in the form of cleaner air and productive charities. Let your customers know what good work you are doing.
Waste Oil Recyclers attends several community and school events throughout the year. Allow us to highlight your participation and hand out your literature and coupons at our next event.


Waste Oil Recyclers
PO Box 257
Modena, Pennsylvania 19358
Phone: (610) 505-0250
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