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Collecting the oil used in the kitchens of homes and restaurants, or that of industry and the automotive industry, is the first step in treating it in specialized plants and converting it into valuable products ranging from soaps and waxes to new industrial oils. This fact avoids its enormous polluting power and favors the circular economy.


The liquid, viscous, water-insoluble, combustible substance consisting of fatty acid compounds or hydrocarbons derived from petroleum, in other words, the popular, everyday oil, is also an enormous source of pollution for the aquatic environment.


One liter of used cooking oil contains approximately 5,000 times more pollutant load than wastewater and can contaminate 40,000 liters of water, equivalent to the annual domestic consumption of one person. One liter of industrial oil can pollute a million liters, and a change of oil from a poorly managed car can pollute an Olympic swimming pool.


On the other side of the coin, those collected by Bioils are conditioned and transformed into inputs for the chemical industry and produce soaps, detergents, candles, industrial oils, fillers, and biofuels. Those collected wastes separately can be used to produce biofuels, soaps, waxes, or varnishes, thus reducing the need for new raw materials and boosting the circular economy and greener jobs.


In the world, 'the most used raw materials for the production of Biodiesel' in 2019 were vegetable oils of palm (29%), soybean (25%) and rapeseed (17%). The remaining 29% corresponds to used vegetable oils, animal fats, and other virgin vegetable oils such as sunflower.

Waste cooking oil is considered the most viable source for biodiesel production among the various feedstocks available. In addition to being economical, it also reduces waste disposal problems. Biodiesel is defined as the fatty acid 'mono alkyl ester' mixture obtained from vegetable oils or animal fats and constitutes an alternative and environmentally friendlier fuel concerning diesel, as it is biodegradable, renewable, and non-toxic.

To address Biodiesel and its production from used oil, given that the idea of Biodiesel is to keep it within friendly environmental standards and therefore requires rigorous modeling to be able to prepare such delicate substances and special requirements in obtaining this fuel by using the oil as raw material to feed bacteria that will then produce the necessary lipids, but it must be done carefully because in excess can result in an inhibition of this mechanism.

Recycling used oil is a gesture that helps to take care of the planet. Forget about throwing it down the drain. By doing so, you are only contributing to pollution threatening nature. Discover with us why you should opt for recycling and the benefits it brings.

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