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ActionWhereDateSchedule Pick-up DateTotal Gallons of Used Cooking Oil Actually Picked Up To DateGallons of Used Cooking Oil Recycled-2-Biodiesel To DateComments by University of LouisvilleComments by SODEXOEmail Questions To:
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The first week of October 2011, Two (2) steel Recycling Bins - each 300 (three hundred) gallons on the main University of Louisville (Belknap) campus. Collections of used vegetable cooking oil as often as the bins are full. These recycling bins were constructed, painted and delivered in Louisville, Kentucky by American workers. Contact Justin.Mog@louisville.edu for questions: one recycling bin removed from behind 'Ville Grille February 2012.At the University of Louisville campus @ pre-arranged recycling site as approved by SODEXO: behind the a. Student Activities CenterWhen: Friday, June 14th, 2013 - What: picked up: a. Student Activities Centerwhen bins are full2,045 gallons thus far = 90 gallons picked up October 24th + 80 gallons picked up November 4th 2011 + 60 gallons picked up November 15th 2011 + 140 gallons picked up on December 13th 2011 + 300 gallons picked up on February 7th 2012 + 375 gallons picked up on March 10th 2012 + 200 gallons picked up May 21st, 2012 + 125 gallons picked up October 28th, 2012 + 225 gallons picked up Feb 14th, 2013 + 100 gallons picked up March 21st, 2013 + 230 gallons picked up April 30th, 2013 + 110 gallons to be picked up June 14, 20131,705 gallons of biodiesel and MORE. All of the waste cooking oil collected from UofL via Christian Thalacker and Kelley Green Biofuel ... a Louisville - Kentucky area community-scale, ASTM-spec, National Biodiesel Board registered biodiesel producer ... with an annual capacity of 75,000 (seventy-five thousand gallons) ... Kelley Green only uses recycled waste cooking oil to produce biodiesel. Kelley Green is located in Goshen - Kentucky just off of Brownsboro Rd / US 42 at 5100 Greenhaven Lane, Goshen KY 40026Christian Thalacker - christian@kelley-green.com - telephone or txt: (502) 727-5673
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Updated: Tuesday, June 14th, 2013 by Christian Thalacker - Kelley Green
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