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Posted on: November 12, 2020

Keep Pipes Clear of FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease)

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Kitchens are often the “heart” of a home – especially during the holidays (and rightly so…it’s where the egg nog lives)! Cleaning a messy kitchen after days of holiday cooking only costs you some elbow grease, unless you develop FOG (fats, oils and grease) in your drain.  

Follow these simple tips to prevent problems:  

  • Collect smaller amounts of used, cooled cooking oil in a sturdy, plastic container with a screw-top lid. Trash the container when it's full. Don't pour cooking fats, oils or grease down your sink drain. 
  • Wipe small amounts of fats, oils or grease from pots and pans with a paper towel first, then use cold water to rinse the pots and pans. 

Watch this video about proper FOG disposal:  

To schedule a free pick up for 1 or more gallons of cooking or turkey fryer oil, call Environmental Waste Services at 972-769-4150 to recycle FOG into bio-diesel fuel.

Still not sure? Watch this fun educational video

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