The Importance of Collecting Used Cooking Oil

6 December 2023
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Most kitchens produce a lot of waste in the form of used cooking oil, which often ends up being discarded down the drain or in the trash. However, used cooking oil can be recycled and reused in several ways.  Environmental Benefits When cooking oil is discarded down the drain or in the trash, it can cause serious environmental damage. The oil clogs up drain pipes and can even lead to sewage backups, which can be costly to repair. Read More …

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