7 Places You Can Recycle Your Used Cooking Oil
Malaysians love deep-fried food; from keropok to fried chicken, we use a huge amount of oil in our everyday cooking.
But when it comes to disposing it, we usually just pour it down the drain because many of us aren't aware that we can recycle it.
According to Kitarr, these used cooking oil can be converted into biodiesel, household cleaning soaps, and even candles!
By recycling it, we can also prevent clogged pipes and in the long run, even pollution. The best part is, organisations actually pay you for these used cooking oil, depending on the weight and market rate.