Filta's Cooking Oil Micro-Filtration Service and Kitchen Sustainability Solutions are now Being Offered in Denver, CO

Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions has opened up a new mobile based cooking oil micro-filtration and fryer management service location in Denver, CO.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 08, 2011 - The Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions Franchise has selected businessman Charles Coffey to open up a new service location in Denver, CO and its surrounding areas. Filta, who provides mobile based cooking oil filtration and cooking oil disposal services to commercial kitchens, is pleased to add new sustainability solutions to Denver’s growing list of environmentally friendly companies. Mr. Coffey is active in the Denver community and has a background in commercial banking, corporate finance, and humanitarian efforts in Africa. According the Mr. Coffey, he is ready to “use the proven concept of Filta and access the expertise that the company provides to its Franchise Owners.”

The FiltaFry service, which is Filta’s proprietary cooking oil micro-filtration and vacuum based deep fryer cleaning service, prolongs the useful life of the oil, eliminates the risk to employees associated with fryer upkeep, and provides a superior level of food quality, all while promoting sustainability. As a result of using this service, businesses potentially purchase less cooking oil, save on insurance claims and employees come to work with the peace of mind that they are being provided a safe environment.

Another truly unique service that Filta is introducing to this market is the FiltaBio service, which is essentially waste oil collection and recycling without the traditional collection bin. Once the cooking oil has come to its end life, Filta will collect the used cooking oil, which is also known as yellow grease. Upon its collection, the yellow grease is immediately removed safely from the fryer in most cases with no waste oil drums or containers that typically attract rats and other unwanted issues. From there, the majority of the used cooking oil is sent to be recycled into biodiesel, the safe and environmentally friendly alternative to petrochemical based diesel.

For service inquiries in Denver and its surrounding areas, call 303-900-0374 or email filta354@filta.net

About Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions

Established in the United Kingdom in 1996 and brought to the USA in 2002, Filta is the world’s leader in commercial fryer and cooking oil management services and offers its services through a worldwide franchise network. Filta is dedicated to saving its client’s money, creating a safer working environment, and providing customers with the tools to increase the quality of their product, all while preserving the environment. Filta services over 5,000 customers every week and has recycled over 1/3 of a billion pounds of oil and counting! http://www.filta.com

Contact:

Chris Young
Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions
407-996-5550 116

 

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