Stay ‘clean’ this holiday season

While the holiday season is a time to celebrate with delicious food, those fantastic feasts come with a dilemma: what to do with all that grease?

The Problem

The meals we love most are often the most harmful to our pipes and environment. Greasy oil produced from cooking many holiday foods can be extremely harmful to drainage and septic systems. Damage to these systems, especially in a domestic household, can be extremely difficult and expensive to repair.

Dumping your grease in the backyard creates even more problems as certain chemicals and substances in used cooking oil can be extremely toxic to the environment and the animals that inhabit it.

The Solution

Take your used cooking oil to your local county recycling center. Green Energy Biofuel will collect and recycle it.

What’s the benefit?

  • You not only get rid of your pesky grease but recycle it for a good cause.
  • You can save taxpayer money by not clogging up the drainage systems.
  • You can protect the fresh water sources from becoming toxic.

Green Energy Biofuel is based in Winnsboro, S.C. To read more about their upcycling, visit Green Energy Biofuel’s website: gebiofuel.com/how-to-avoid-a-thanksgiving-disaster-this-year/