Cooking Oil

Proper disposal of used cooking oil is an important waste-management concern.

Oil is lighter than water and tends to spread into thin and broad membranes which hinder the oxygenation of water. Because of this, a single liter of oil can contaminate as much as 1 million liters of water. Also, oil can congeal on pipes provoking blockages.

Because of this, cooking oil should never be dumped in the kitchen sink or in the toilet bowl. The proper way to dispose of oil is to put it in a sealed non-recyclable container and discard it with regular garbage. Placing the container of oil in the refrigerator to harden also makes disposal easier and less messy.

You can also take cooking oil to:

Maag’s Automotive & Machine¬†
1640 Columbus Ave.
Sandusky, Ohio 44870