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Handling or Disposing UCO Guide
Cooking oil is an essential in our daily life and commonly being used in food preparation for example frying, stir-fry and etc. Based on study, Peroxide is an element that cause cancer and continuous consumption of repeatedly heated cooking oil will result in detrimental health effect therefore it’s advisable to use cooking oil not more than twice and always need to be disposed properly to conserve the environment and human health
What Is The Best Method?
Improper disposal of UCO will result in various negative outcome in human daily life. Clogging of sewage drain is one of the infrastructural impacts that will cost hundreds to thousands of Ringgits to be fixed. The contamination of land and water by UCO due to negligent action in disposing the waste. Consequently, resulting in low mineral value of land, floods, animals lost in habitat, and increasing number of pests in residential and businesses area.
Look for Green Energy Asia, the professional used cooking oil collector in town and explore the correct procedure to handle and dispose used cooking oil below.
UCO Handling Flow Chart
Reuse It Repeatly
Repeatedly Heated Used Cooking Oil has deteriorated its benefit.
Throw it into drain or sewage
Hot water cools down in pipes causing fats and grease to coagulate. Detergents that claim to dissolve grease may cause blockages further down the pipeline.
Sell it to unlicensed UCO collector
These are the consequence of choosing them.
Pour it into a container
Household cooking oil can be stored in a sealable jar or wiped up with absorbent paper, to then be placed in your general waste bin. Other common non-recyclable containers that work well include cardboard milk cartons and similar wax- or plastic-lined paper containers as well as takeout containers.
Freeze or refrigerate the oil first to harden before disposing it. Pour the oil in an old can or any suitable container and put it in the freezer. Throw away the oil when it’s solid enough to come out of the can / container in one piece.
Believe it or not, UCO can be turned into biodiesel. It is a desirable substitute for petroleum because it is less damaging to the environment and emits less harmful greenhouse gases when turned into fuel for tractors, motorcycles, and more.
What is Biodiesel?
Sell it for extra cash
Did you know that you can sell your used cooking oil? So instead of pouring it down the drain and polluting the environment, you can sell it to places like GEA and earn some money too. What a great deal right?
Sell Your UCO Now