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New recycling service offered to Fish & Chip shops

Increasing pressure is being brought to bear on the disposal of waste oils and fats through the controlled waste regulations; users of oil and fats have a legal duty of care to ensure their waste product is passed to an authorised collector.

The days of being able to give used cooking oil from out the back of a restaurant to a ‘man in a white van’ are now a thing of the past.

The demand for a ‘one-stop shop’ for the supply of quality oils alongside the provision of a safe disposal service has now been addressed by PDM Group and T.Quality, the UK’s number 1 supplier to the Fish & Chip sector.

PDM’s Accrington bio-fuel plant has combined with sister company T.Quality to offer Fish & Chip shops across the North of England an innovative new recycling service for their used cooking oils and fats.

T Quality can now arrange for their customers’ used oils to be taken away for processing by PDM Accrington; however unlike other ‘combined’ service providers the used oil will be collected by a dedicated PDM vehicle removing the risk of used oil contaminating fresh cooking oil supplies.

PDM Accrington processes the used cooking oils to produce a range of recovered oils which are then used for the production of biodiesel.

For further information please call:

T.Quality on 08708 505605 or
PDM Accrington on 01254 395716.

Read more about PDM Group’s used vegetable oil recycling operations

Read more about PDM Group’s renewable energy operations

Read more about biodiesel

Read more about T.Quality

Click here to download the used cooking oil recycling service information sheet