Just like copper wire from abandoned or foreclosed homes can attract opportunistic thieves, waste oil stored in an unguarded bin outside a restaurant or even in sealed indoor or outdoor tanks can become a target for waste oil thieves. Cooking oil has become a “hot” commodity due to its increasing popularity in the biodiesel/biofuels industry. Frontline prevents access by locking tanks digitally. But if the valve used by legitimate oil collectors to pump waste oil from the foodservice establishment remains unlocked between pickups, the thieves can easily access these unlocked valves. Frontline solves this waste oil crime for its customers before it can happen—with collection ports connected to the company’s Web-based M3 Data Management System. The ports feature an integrated anti-theft valve that makes it impossible for thieves to drain out the stored oil. Tanks stored outside a foodservice establishment have the protected valve integral to their assembly, and for tanks stored inside the facility, the same anti-theft valve is on the building’s exterior.
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