Louisville Kentucky Recycles Waste Cooking Oil into Biodiesel!
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Action Time-lineWhereDateGallons of Used Cooking Oil Forecast To Be Recycled MonthlyTotal Gallons of Used Cooking Oil Actually Recycled To DateGallons of Used Cooking Oil Recycled-2-Biodiesel To Date From this ProjectComments by MSDComments by Green TriangleComments by Louisville Biodiesel Cooperative
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A. The first week of November 21, 2011: Free 1-gallon recycling bins handed out to Louisville residents. Why? To recycle waste cooking oil. Notes: Green Triangle 9th District and PR Newswire press release alerting public to availability of recycling location at 1501 Portland Avenue - Louisville, KY 40203. The week of November 28th - December 3rd, approximately 20-gallons dropped off.1-gallon bins handed out at public venues and markets in Louisville. 4 (four) 275-gallon waste cooking oil recycling bins available at 1501 Portland Avenue - Louisville KY 40203Updated: Monday, December 5th, 2011 by Christian Thalacker - Louisville Biodiesel CoopTo be determined. Initial forecast 300 gallons100 (one hundred) gallons = approximately 800 (eight hundred pounds of sludge) since Thanksgiving. Way to go Louisville! Keep the cooking oil coming!0 (zero) ... Note: approximately 4,500 gallons of used cooking oil required to initiate biodiesel batch processing.Contact: Christian Thalacker - Email: christian [at] louisvillebiodieselcoop [dot] org and Telephone: (502) 727-5673
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