Oil Cooking Recycling Hotline

Disposing of cooking oil incorrectly in drains and sinks can cause plumbing and environmental problems. Small amounts of cooking oil can be disposed of in garden composts.

Council services for Cooking Oil Disposal

Kangaroo Island Council has listed the following locations for Cooking Oil Disposal.

  1. Drop off Facility - KANGAROO ISLAND WASTE & RECYCLING DEPOT

Drop off locations for Cooking Oil

1 drop off business matches on Cooking Oil within approx 60km of Kingscote SA

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Business Name Address Suburb State Postcode Lon Lat Distance (Km) Approved Provider
Kingscote Waste Depot /business/15504 Emu Bay Rd Kingscote, SA, 137.5553910 -35.6309680 Kingscote SA 137.5553910 -35.6309680
Kingscote Waste Depot /business/15504 Emu Bay Rd Kingscote, SA, 137.5553910 -35.6309680 Kingscote SA 137.5553910 -35.6309680

Pick up locations for Cooking Oil

10 pick up businesses match your query on Cooking Oil

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Business Name Details Picks up Fees Approved Provider
Toxfree Click Business Name for details Nationally May apply
Cleanaway - A Transpacific Business Please contact Cleanaway on 13 13 39 to enquire about p... SA May apply
OILRIGHT MUST CALL US AND BOOK IN COLLECTION PICK UP DATE Nationally Free
Auscol We pick up Australia wide excluding the Northern Territ... SA May apply
Adelaide Eco Bins We service all of metropolitan Adelaide. All waste an... SA (Metro Area Only) May apply
Jeffries Group Click Business Name for details SA May apply
Worms Downunder On-site systems available for purchase or lease. Nationally May apply
REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd REMONDIS collects recycling and waste streams in bins r... Nationally May apply
S.A. Waste Management Pty Ltd Click Business Name for details SA May apply
Adelaide Eco Bins Click Business Name for details SA (Metro Area Only) May apply



About Cooking Oil Disposal:

  • Household cooking oil can be stored in a sealable jar or wiped up with absorbent paper, to then be placed in your general waste bin.
  • Cooking oils can be filtered and recycled into products such as bio-fuel, cosmetics and stockfeed.