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LaLuna

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check out my post on 'alternatives to palm oil' for yet another angle! using palm oil for biodiesel may not be as eco-friendly as it sounds! :?
 

WilsonFamilyPicnic

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why can't they just hook up with mcdonalds and use the old french fry oil for biodiesel? then it would smell like french fries while you are boarding!
 

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Thats a great Idea McFries Airlines. helping lower the CO2 and smelling good while doing it.. Now Im getting hungry.
 

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has anyone here ever worked in the restaurant industry?? working at olive garden currently...just curious as to whether I could use those big (5 gallon??? or 3 gallon) size containers that the oil comes in for the fryers to possibly store my lye solution??

I know theyre made of heavy duty plastic and they get them from sysco...we throw like 2 of these out every 4 days...would be perfect for me to take some of them and recycle them

thank you very much!

(I have heard of people using detergent containers but I would rather not being that they have held synthetic chemicals and I would like my soaps to not even come anywhere close to anything like that...concerned about the residue that could possibly be left behind etc...)
 

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