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Old 10-05-2010, 09:21 AM
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oil pics!!!!!! post em up!!!

post pics of all the oil u got, oil spills, filter system, anything to do with veg!!!!! even some veg smoke!!!!
all i have now is my pickup i been getting, need to go get some more from this guy just no time, this is just the stuff i got the one day.









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Old 10-05-2010, 10:16 AM
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seems like restraunts are letting loose of this stuff more lately. i wonder if the recyclers stopped paying? thats a huge score! how long does it take that place to build of that much oil?
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no i get it from a guy that was doing bio and went to make it a company and it flopped, so he has a full garage of oil, i went on his run with him cause he cant pick up, and just one run filled up the back of my truck, and he gets it weekely, and i get about 150 gallons of oil every 3 weeks or so from another guy to
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impressive!
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I have noticed that restaurants in my area stopped paying and are actually dumping oil in dumpsters. It kind of upsets me since it can be used for something else.
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Man that's alot of oil.
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I also know a guy that sells unfiltered but pretty dry (water free) oil for 25 cents a gallon. I just started making biodiesel but for 25 cents a gallon and the fact that its ready for me to pick up I like the idea. I live in a small town and the restaurants think Im weird when I call up.
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dude for that quantity of oil do yourself a favor and put a drum there and build a supersucker. Dealing with all those cubees sucks. At minimum I'd put a tote in my truck and leave recycle the boxes and plastic at the source

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:13 AM
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I love getting my oil in cubies, in fact I ask the restaurants to put thier oil in cubies for me. It helps keep water, small animals and unscrupulous renderers and back yard BD guys from getting into it...

It also settles well in cubes I pour into my processor until it's no longer clear, the cube with the pancake then gets tossed.
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ya i rather deal with cubbies, instead of loading a drum, and pump. sucking out oil bringing it home sucking out the oil and taking out the drum. its easier for me and my set up to get cubbies cause its already settled i dump the good in and keep the bad in the cubbie and i work construction so i throw the containers out in the big trash bins
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