Simply Buckhead, a monthly magazine in the Atlanta area, takes a look at how local restaurants are using eco-friendly ways to save Mother Earth – including using Filta’s microfiltration services which ultimately result in cooking oil being recycled into biodiesel fuel.
Writer Michael Jacobs not only covered how John Lopez, Filta’s franchisee in the Atlanta area, helps local kitchens keep cooking oil prices low while helping the environment, but also explored how restaurants are composting, collaborating with local farmers, and using more eco-friendly take-out containers.
The crisis has created opportunities, however. The oil reconditioning provided by Filta Environmental Kitchen Services is more attractive after cooking oil prices have more than doubled since spring 2020. Filta’s microfiltration extends the life of oil, and eventually the company converts used oil it to biodiesel. Filta’s Atlanta franchisee, John Lopez, services about 30 commercial kitchens in our area.
Read the full article in the January/February issue of Simply Buckhead, available on newsstands in Atlanta or online here.