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Collecting WVO -- 5 gal plastic bucket?

I'm lining up my sources of WVO and some of them aren't "big" restaurants, meaning they go through less than 15 gallons of oil per week. Two of the restaurant owners I spoke with heat their oil up to clean their fryers and then dispose of it......

Will the 5 gallon buckets (with lids) that you can buy at Home Depot be okay to collect the WVO? The one guy is using this kind of bucket to collect the WVO right out of the fryer when its hot. I'm wondering if the heated WVO will deteriorate the plastic and contaminate the oil.



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Sounds kinda scarry to me. Hot oil in a plastic pucket?

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The restaurant I tried wouldn't pour the hot oil into my 5-gal buckets, and I cant blame them. I dont think I'd do that...





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tell them to use the empty 5 gallon cubies...hot oil will not melt these. I tryed it myself.

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They said their oil comes in plastic jugs (approx 5 gal each).

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They said their oil comes in plastic jugs (approx 5 gal each).

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Those are the "cubies" everyone refers to.



Clay, I dont know if that's how they even come, I've never seen any kicking around there.... I'm not too worried, I plan on putting a 55gal steel drum over there this weekend. Good oil source too, its a ritzy restaurant who changes their oil every night. Just wish it wasn't 2 hours from where I live now.





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I just got a new source today that puts it in 5gal buckets...

fine with me. 5 gal a week and free buckets!

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I just got a new source today that puts it in 5gal buckets...

fine with me. 5 gal a week and free buckets!

Are they used pickle buckets?

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Clay, I dont know if that's how they even come, I've never seen any kicking around there.... I'm not too worried, I plan on putting a 55gal steel drum over there this weekend. Good oil source too, its a ritzy restaurant who changes their oil every night. Just wish it wasn't 2 hours from where I live now.
you mean in 5 gal. cubies? Some resturants buy it in 55 gal. barrels...not to many do that but some do.

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Are they used pickle buckets?
OK, that's just freaky..Yes. what's the story there?

I told them I will be giving them my oil buckets to use for future...I assumed it contains acidic pickle juice

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