- Cleaner Air and Reduced Emissions: The Role of Cooking Oil in Biofuel
- Responsible Deep Fryer Disposal: Why It Matters for the Environment
- The History of Biofuels: Used Cooking Oil as a Recyclable Energy Source
- Environmental Stewardship At Scale – What Do Commercial Kitchens Do With Used Cooking Oil?
- Renton, Washington Used Cooking Oil Disposal & Recycling
Monthly Archives: January 2023
How often are you cleaning your restaurant’s grease trap? If you don’t know, you could be in violation of Oregon’s laws, and you may need to pay for all of the hours it takes sanitation workers to free clogs and … Continue reading
Portland restaurants are required to have items within their kitchen areas that prevent fats, oil, and grease (FOG) out of the sewer lines. When FOG is poured down a drain, they cling to the sides of pipes, which creates blockages … Continue reading