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Forty West Landfill now accepts cooking oil for recycling

March 06, 2012

The Washington County Forty West Landfill now accepts used and unused cooking oils from county residents for recycling. Commercial oils will not be accepted from restaurants or other businesses.

Cooking oils may be brought to the recycling area during normal facility hours, and placed into the designated tank adjacent to the recycle lot attendant building.

Any type of liquid vegetable oil may be accepted for recycling such as peanut, corn, canola, olive and safflower. Animal fats and grease will not be accepted. Place the cooking oils into a metal or plastic container with a tight fitting lid.

To learn more about recycling in Washington County, go to www.washco-md.net/DEM/solid_wast/recycling.shtm.      

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