- 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: March 2023
In 2022, Americans consumed approximately 11.5 metric tons of soybean oil, 2.9 metric tons of rapeseed oil, and 1.7 metric tons of palm oil. In addition to that, there were also high consumption rates of coconut, olive, sunflower seed, cottonseed, … Continue reading
Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) are found in all home and commercial kitchens, but they cannot be poured down the drain after cooking a meal. In fact, that’s one of the worst things a restaurant can do, and most of … Continue reading