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What is SSO?

SSO stands for Sanitary Sewer Overflow, which occurs when a mixture of rainwater, groundwater, and untreated sewage is discharged into the environment before it reaches a water treatment facility. One of the main causes of SSO is draining fats, oils, and grease (FOG) into sinks instead of proper recycling or disposing of them.

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The Importance of Grease Recycling

The U.S produces more than 2.5 billion gallons of utilized cooking oil each year, which makes proper oil and grease disposal a major issue. There are numerous environmental benefits for restaurants, households, hospitals, and hotels to properly recycle their used cooking oil. While many people believe draining their commonly used cooking oils down a kitchen sink is a proper disposal method, they are polluting the same town or city they call home. When vegetable oil, fish oil, bacon grease, chicken fat and pork fat is not properly recycled or disposed of, it results in clogged plumbing, sewer blockage and groundwater contamination.

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6 Practical Ways to Use Leftover Bacon Grease

Bacon is quite the popular food. Everyone loves to eat it for breakfast, slather it on their cheeseburgers, and even consume other treats that are bacon-flavored. There’s no doubt that bacon has become a big tasty staple for us here. While the food is great to eat by itself, fried to a crisp, lightly cooked, chopped up in salad, or on pretty much anything else, there’s one small challenge that we encounter when we cook bacon – the grease. What on earth do you even do with all that grease?

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How To Reduce Waste Production In 3 Easy Steps!

Did you know the average person generates about four pounds of trash per day?! In today’s society we have access to an abundance of available materials. However, it’s often an overwhelming amount that doesn’t get proper use, turning into unnecessary waste.

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Head Back to School With These 3 Recycling Tips!

School has officially started for most, which means tax-free weekend was spent in chaotic superstores frantically grabbing the best deals on supplies listed on your student’s school supply list. It might have seemed like déja vu as you looked at their list and noticed some of the supplies listed, contemplating whether you’ve already bought them or not.

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