Louisville Biodiesel Cooperative is offering a way for residents to turn their used cooking oil into sustainable and clean burning fuel.
With Thanksgiving coming up, the cooperative wanted residents to know about a drop off site for used residential cooking oil. More sites are in the works, but for now, if you are interested in dropping off your used cooking oil, you can do so at 1501 Portland Avenue. To do so, please call Christian Thalacker at (502) 727-5673 or email email@example.com and he will walk you through the simple drop off process.
Louisville Biodiesel Cooperative is working to create sustainable fuel made from used cooking oil to give small farmers a renewable and healthier fuel option than standard diesel. Put your used cooking oil to work for a greener future. Learn more.
Keeping used cooking oil from going down the drain can also help prevent clogged sewers, which can lead to backed up sewage in your basement. Learn more on the Project Win website. Recycling used cooking oil with Louisville Biodiesel is one way to keep your sewer pipes clean – regardless of whether you use this option, be sure to keep grease out of your drains this Thanksgiving.