Why Recycle Your Cooking Oil?

January 7, 2011 at 8:03 pm

Used cooking oil can be effectively recycled into a number of secondary products including bio-diesel. Bio-diesel is a clean burning fuel alternative to petroleum diesel and helps reduce reliance on petroleum products and reduce emissions from the transport sector.

SLM vendors will provide a tank and collect used cooking oil on a regular schedule.

What Happens When It’s Recycled?

Used oil is collected from your on-site tank and delivered to a processing facility. The oil is filtered into large storage tanks which are heated and treated for subsequent conversion in to a range of other products including biofuel, animal feed products, detergents and soap, paints and industrial lubricants.

Did you know that you may be eligible for rebates?  Contact me to find out about your oil.

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