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grease dumpster or drum

Does anyone know a company or a source to obtain 200-300 gallon drum that can be turned into a dumpster to furnish to my customers so that they can put the WVO in and also allow me to connect and pump out the WVO. Perhaps if you know of a source we can all work together and buy in bulk and make our own dumpster to protect out sources and keep the big bulk pickup companies away so we have a steady source of WVO for our diesels
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Oil Filter Recyclers, Inc. - Home Page

These guys got started in the grease business and are now in the oil filter recycling business. I am not sure if they sell these bins but you can call to find out. I believe they are the patent holders on most of the 330 gallon bins you see out there. Hope this helps.

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They are about 3 to 4 hundred for the small ones. I really doubt that they will give any discount to people that would be hurting the businesses that they mainly sell to(rendering companies).

I would love to have several to add to make my life easier, but a couple of my sources let me have the oil so they don't have to have a smelly dumpster sitting around.....

Also each rendering company tipically buys hundreds of these things not just a handful.

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I am planning to use these IBC Totes. 275 gals you can pick them up used for around $100 plus shipping.
If you don't need that much room you can get used 55 gal plastic drums for $10 plus shipping.

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I would second on the totes. Just build a funnel/lid, and you can connect to the drain valve to pump the oil out. If you go with a 330 gallon you will need to build a platform to stand on while pouring into it.

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