How Do I Dispose Of My Paleovalley 100% Grass Fed Beef Tallow?
Just like restaurants do, you can easily recycle your used cooking oil! It's not just waste; it can be cleaned and put to good use in the production of biodiesel fuel. How cool is that?
In fact, many municipalities are now welcoming used cooking oil for recycling, so it's becoming even more convenient. And if you're lucky, you might stumble upon a friendly local restaurant that's willing to include your used fat with their oil recycling.
Now, we're all about sustainability, so if for some reason recycling doesn't work out for you, we recommend putting it in a sealed non-recyclable container instead of just tossing it in the trash. Let's do our part to keep things eco-friendly! 😊🌱