How We Should Throw Used Cooking Oil!
The big cities are making devise projects to the sewer pipes to reduce the occurrence of disgusting fat accumulation that blocks the sewer system.
Those removals cost tens of millions dollars, as it has recently been a case in London, the public is increasingly alert to the proper solves of cooking oils and fats.
The oil, according to the instructions, you should let it cool down after roasting and put it in a plastic bottle (not intended for recycling) and throw together with other household waste – in the trash.
The reason is that one liter of oil can contaminate one million liters of clean water.
For example, you can pour in the used packaging of milk with a lid or some other container that will not leak out.
Whatever you are doing, don’t spill it in the sink or toilet. This reduces the risk of the formation of large clusters in the sewage system of the city, as well as households.