Filta Environmental Kitchen solutions announced the opening of a new franchise location serving central and southern Delaware.
The franchise is owned by Dagsboro, resident, Gene Einolf. Einolf previously owned and operated his own Precision Tune Auto Care, for more than 20 years in Baltimore.
He also worked for Precision Tune’s corporate office, following his stint as a franchisee.
“Customer service is my forte, and I am passionate about helping people. Filta gives me the opportunity to help local restaurant owners and anyone with a commercial kitchen. Filta’s services are needed and in great demand, as the entire network services over 5,000 restaurants throughout the country each week,” said Einolf.
Filta’s flagship service, FiltaFry, is a fryer management solution that provides mobile-based micro-filtration of cooking oil, vacuum based deep fryer cleaning, and bin-free waste oil recycling.
The service extends the life of the cooking oil, saves restaurants time and money, reduces accidents, improves food quality, and eliminates waste bins that can cause spills and fines, a release stated.
Einolf has been introducing the FiltaFry service to local restaurants and says he is looking forward to servicing area businesses in Rehobeth Beach, Dewey Beach, Dover, and Harrington.
The restaurant business has been growing in Sussex County, especially in the coastal area.
Customers include the Big Chill Beach Club at Indian River Inlet, the Crooked Hammock Brewery in Lewes, and the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach.
Established in the United Kingdom in 1996 and brought to the USA in 2002, Filta offers its services through a worldwide franchise network. Filta services over 5,500 customers every week and has recycled two-thirds of a billion pounds of oil.
Further information is available at http://www.gofilta.com
Einolf can be reached at (302) 316-6863