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Envogreen Energy is a new and exciting company dedicated to its vision of a cleaner and greener future in an environment that uses only highly refined natural wastes to achieve our ambitious goals.

The need for a different, more environmentally friendly world is at the heart of Envogreen Energy's beliefs. Green Fuel and Green Energy can be refined in a more environmentally friendly manner by utilizing the potential of large quantities of waste oils such as low quality greases and used cooking oils.

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How It Works?

Promoting Health

Reduce carbon

Recycling Waste

Creating Jobs

How we Work

Step 1

When we get a request from a food business operator (FBO), the process begins. Our crew will register and collect used cooking oil at the FBO's specified location and time.

Step 2

When UCO arrives at our location, we conduct a thorough quality check and measure the oil purchased.

Step 3

The UCO will be sent to the Biodiesel unit, where it will be treated to remove contaminants and moisture, this step is critical. As clean UCO is used in biodiesel production

Step 4

We make every effort to pay FBOs on time and to issue certificates certifying the safe procurement of UCO.

Step 5

Our operations cycles are very frequent; the FBOs resend the request, and our team schedules the next forthcoming collections right away.



Envogreen Energy are fully registered and approved aggregator by Tamil Nadu Food Safety department and FSSAI enrolled Biodiesel Manufacturers under RUCO (Repurposed Used Cooking Oil)

Several properties of oil are altered during frying, and Total Polar Compounds (TPC) are formed after repeated frying. The toxicity of these compounds has been linked to a number of diseases, including hypertension, atherosclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, and liver disease. As a result, it is critical to monitor the quality of vegetable oils while frying. To protect consumer health, the FSSAI has set a limit for Total Polar Compounds (TPC) at 25%, above which the vegetable oil must not be used. From the 1st of July, 2018, all Food Business Operators (FBOs) are required to monitor the quality of oil during frying by adhering to the aforementioned regulations.


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Used Cooking Oil in India



Fast food's accessibility, cost, and acceptability contribute to a variety of health problems. Excessive use of used cooking oil is linked to an increase in cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and cancer cases, among other things.



In India, used cooking oil (UCO) is frequently dumped down household sinks, clogging drains, polluting open water bodies such as lakes and ponds, and endangering marine life. During the monsoon, the clogged drainage system creates water logging.



Last year, India imported roughly 15 million tons of edible oils, accounting for 3% of the country's total import expenditure. The rise in import commodities and the resulting increase in the trade deficit has a negative impact on the exchange rate and hurts our country's economy.