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- Licensed recycler’s such as Auscol can process cooking oil back into stock feeds and bio-diesel
- Disposing of your cooking oil into drains or grease traps can lead to blockages which result in substantial costs, fines and penalties.
- When Auscol collect your cooking oil, it can be recycled up to 96% into products such as biodiesel and animal feed
- Cooking oil recycled by Auscol and made into bio-diesel may reduce carbon emissions by 2.5kg/litre
Requirements for Licensed Recyclers
A licensed cooking oil recycler will generally:
- Supply you with a cooking oil tank that has a lid to prevent contamination
- Give you clear instructions on use of the tank
- Never use a petrochemical drum
- Collect in safe, regular serviced trucks, with Operators training in Chain of Responsibility, Spill Control, First Air and Fire Extinguisher use.
- Have an EPA Licence and be accredited in Quality management, safety management and Emergency
- Record all collections and ensure drivers have run sheets so that any collection is traceable
- Will not take other peoples equipment
- Have a plant capable of heating oil to 90o
- Record all waste