Liquid Environmental Solutions is honored to have Bruce E. Ranck, its Chairman of the Board, as a member of the National Waste and Recycling Association’s Hall of Fame. Sharon H. Kneiss, president and chief executive officer of the Association, said, “The waste and recycling industry strives to safely collect, recycle and innovate with the exemplary leadership, dedication and service Bruce has demonstrated, and his recognition is well-deserved.”

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Deep fryer

Grease is the word, even for single outlet locations. National restaurant chains and food service providers know all too well the importance of proper grease trap cleaning and maintenance. A single back-up can immediately halt operations, create a health hazard, produce offensive odors, and damage the company’s hard-earned reputation. But independent, single outlet operators face the same dangers caused by sanitary sewer overflows resulting from grease blockages.

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Cooking oil

Why used cooking oil deserves a second chance. We all deserve a second chance. And so does cooking oil. By giving used cooking oil a second chance, we’re able to recycle it – all of it – for beneficial reuse in a host of products including soaps, cosmetics, high-energy feed supplements and renewable fuels. We work together to protect your business, the environment and your bottom line.

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Liquid Environmental Solutions Holding Tank

Water recycling best practices shouldn’t be fluid. Contrary to popular belief, oil is not Earth’s most precious resource. Water is. That’s why proper wastewater management is critical and why best practices must be followed when treating every drop. The uses of recycled water continue to expand throughout the U.S. in order to protect the environment and to accommodate the increasing demands on our country’s limited supply.

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Frying up a turkey this Thanksgiving? If you are looking for a place to get rid of all that used cooking oil — and you want to impress your friends and neighbors with your eco-friendly habits by not pouring fats, oils or grease down the kitchen drain — then come by the city of Carrollton’s sixth annual Cease the Grease event from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 1 and 2. This popular event is held the first Monday and Tuesday after Thanksgiving for Carrollton residents to safely dispose of used cooking oil after big holiday meals.

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