Most important in every kitchen - hygiene! We have to avoid contamination. Used Cooking Oil (UCO) is often too hot to be carried out of the kitchen and disposed of appropriately.
In spite of peoples’ generally healthy lifestyle in Bangladesh, life expectancy is comparatively low at just 72 years.
Statistically, this correlates with vascular problems caused by the excessive re-use of cooking oil.
Research shows that in Bangladesh, Used Cooking Oil (UCO) is too often dumped into sewers and rivers. This damages aquatic ecosystems and pollutes the drinking water supply of downstream communities. Micro-organisms eventually metabolize the oil, emitting the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. Part of that contributes to the acidification of the oceans, which in turn causes coral bleaching and weakens the exoskeletons of shellfish.
Fresh oil quality
The WHO strives to ensure that fresh edible oil is not contaminated by Used Cooking Oil (UCO) and that it is changed before it becomes a health hazard. We provide tailored, practical solutions for hotel and restaurant kitchens at all scales.
Used Cooking Oil
Please do not dump your Used Cooking Oil (UCO) or pour it into the sewage system. Instead, collect it in transparent containers that let you verify it is not excessively contaminated by water, food waste or debris. Only then is it a valuable feedstock for biodiesel production.
Every kitchen has different needs. Therefore, we loan our customers Used Cooking Oil (UCO) collection containers and bins in various sizes so they can dispose of it in a hygienic and responsible way - an important contribution to a clean and healthy Bangladesh.
Sustainable Raw Material
Used Cooking Oil (UCO) is a high-quality feedstock for biodiesel production. We are in the process of becoming an ISCC-certified company, a globally leading certification system covering the entire supply chain. You can rely on us for proof that your waste is converted into fuel for diesel vehicles - and nothing else.
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