(Last Updated: 1/27/2021)
Never put fat, oil, or grease down a drain. They clog pipes, which lead to sewage spills and costly repairs.
Free Drop-Off Recycling Stations for Cooking Oil. Follow these instructions to use the stations listed below:
Stations are for residents with cooking oil from their home kitchens. Cooking oil from businesses cannot be recycled at these stations. Contact a Food, Oil, and Grease (FOG) Service Provider for business recycling.
Before bringing your cooking oil, filter it at home using a strainer, coffee filter, or cheesecloth. Throw away the food particles you filtered out.
Take your empty container home to reuse or throw away. Do not leave it in the recycling area.
Learn how properly and safely reuse fry oil.
Put Fat and Grease in the Garbage. Pour it into a sturdy container. Once the fat or grease has cooled and solidified, put the container in the garbage. Put greasy and oily paper towels in the garbage or in your compost cart.