Used Cooking Oil Recycling
Keep Cooking Fats, Oils, and Grease Out of Your Sink!
Even if hot water is running and the cooking fats, oils, and grease is liquid when it goes down the drain, cooking oils and fats solidify as soon as they reach cold pipes. Cities and homeowners spend thousands of dollars on resulting sewer clogs. It’s illegal to put liquids into the garbage, and used cooking oil can be recycled into bio-fuel! Instead of dumping it down the drain, put your cooking oil, no matter how small the amount into a container, and store until its convenient for you to drop off at our facility.
Glenbard Wastewater Authority continues to be a permanent drop off location for used liquid cooking oil. We will gladly accept used or outdated cooking oil Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or feel free to use our after-hours depository located next to the front doors of the office. This service is open to individuals and small businesses alike.
When you have used oil or grease to dispose of (perhaps after deep-frying your turkey or other foods), please bring it to our facility so it can be recycled properly. We and the environment thank you.View More