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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Turn your waste kitchen oil into fuel

click to enlarge BIODIESEL MAKER ROB DEL BUENO: "I got hose."

Biodiesel maker Rob Del Bueno is now accepting residential fryer oil.

Atlanta's Sultan of Safflower recently started collecting used cooking oil in a bin at Refuel Biodiesel's 250 Arizona Ave filling station, just south of Dekalb Ave in Edgewood.

Even if you don't give a hoot about biodiesel, you should consider dumping your waste cooking oil in the bin.

Cooking oil clogs household drain pipes and municipal sewers.

Del Bueno's press release is after the jump.

Refuel Biodiesel launches residential fryer oil recycling drop-off location.

Just in time for turkey frying season, we have place an oil recycling bin at our retail biodiesel kiosk located at 250 Arizona Ave, Atlanta GA 30307

For driving direction, please visit and click on locations.

What we DO recycle: Used LIQUID FRYER oils, such as oils used to deep fry turkey, french fries, fish, etc. This includes Peanut, Canola, Soy, Vegetable, Olive, and similar LIQUID oils.

What we do NOT recycle: Animal fats including Bacon fat/drippings, Lard, and Tallow. No Solid oils like Crisco, Margarine, Palm oil, etc.

Basically, if you can pour it at room temperature, we'll accept it.

If you have any questions, please call before dumping.



*Robert Del Bueno* - Refuel Biodiesel - Project Manager

voice:(404) 219-9709  -  fax:(678) 318-1785  -

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