Recycling Cooking Oil
Can I recycle cooking oil?
No. Only large amounts of cooking oil from restaurants or factories can be collected for recycling.
- Household cooking oil currently cannot be recycled.
How should I dispose of cooking oil?
- Small amounts of cooking oil can be disposed of with the rest of your household rubbish. If possible, allow it to solidify by cooling down before throwing it away.
- Don't pour cooking oil down the drain as it causes problems when it solidifies.
- For restaurant or factory oil, please contact your local authority who will help you dispose of it
Re-use your cooking oil
Feed the birds! Small amounts of used lard and fat can be mixed with seeds to make bird cake
What Can Be Recycled?
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