Cooking Oil & Grease Special Instructions For Solid Fats & Grease: Let Oil Solidify, Then Place in CompostFor solid fats and grease, first let your oil solidify, then scrape it into your compost bin. For Liquid Cooking Oil: Free Pickup & Drop-OffThis oil will be recycled into biodiesel, so it must be liquid only. You can dispose of it in the following ways: Get a collection can from Recycle More, and they will collect your oil for free. Free drop-off at Devlin Road Reuse & Recycle Center | 889B Devlin Rd, American Canyon | 8:30am – 3:30pm Free drop-off at Clover Flat Landfill | 4380 Silverado Trail, Calistoga Commercial customers with large amounts of cooking oil can contract directly with an Inedible Kitchen Grease Transporter – here is CDFA’s full list. Never Pour Down the Drain Do not pour used vegetable oil or cooking grease down your sink drain. Liquid oil can clog the drain and damage pipes in your home. FryAway Hardens your Oil FryAway is a cooking oil solidifier. Adding this powder to used cooking oil will transform it into a solid that can be disposed of with organic food waste. Ways to Reuse Filter and Reuse It You can reuse cooking oil more than ten times. Simply filter out the food particles by straining the oil into a clean container. Did You Know? Cars Running on Cooking Grease Many companies and cities are beginning to ask people to donate oil, grease and fat for the creation of biodiesel. Places all around the country have achieved success, from Hawaii to Louisiana, Pennsylvania and New York. The homebrew fuel movement has taken off, and biofuels are becoming a competitive fuel choice. During WWII, Disney Helped Turn Bacon into Bombs “Don’t throw out those lovely puddles of grease drippings — save them for our boys on the front line.” Learn more.