Stolen Grease Makes Hefty Profits

Stolen Grease Makes Hefty Profits
Innovation
Joel Horowitz
  • 30 may 2008

Now that fuel prices are soaring as is the need for bio-derived fuels, used kitchen grease is getting stolen and sold on the black market. Restaurants that prepare fried foods are targeted as they typically store larger quantities of the used oil. And it smells pretty awful, so it’s usually stored outdoors towards the rear of the building…which makes it susceptible to theft.

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