Thanksgiving is tomorrow and people are going to be using more cooking oil than usual. But what do you do with the extra oil? Pouring it down the drain is a bad idea, as this is one of the leading causes of sewer backups in homes. Cooking oil is one of the leading causes of pollution in sewer systems. So what do you do with it?
You can recycle your cooking oil through the city of Orlando. Pour the oil into a shatter-proof container and bring it to one of the following locations, Monday-Friday, from 8am to 3pm:
Citrus Square Recreation Site
5625 Hickery Dr.
Engelwood Neighborhood Center 6123 La Costa Dr.
College Park Community Center 2393 Elizabeth Ave.
Colonialtown Neighborhood Center 1517 Lake Highland Dr.
Northwest Community Center 3955 W D Judge Dr.
Dr. James R. Smith Neighborhood Center 1723 Bruton Blvd.
Wastewater Division 5100 L.B. Mcleod Rd
For more detailed information on the OIl and Grease Recycling Program, check out the Program Summary Page on the City of Orlando’s website.
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