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bloviatrix

Proper disposal of oil

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i've seen those coagulants of which you speak; they're hydrocolloids and can usually be found at a well-stocked asian market like mitsuwa.

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We live in a shore island community so were surrounded on all sides by eco-sensitive lands and very concerned about pollution of any kind going into the water but we do pour any old cooking oil/grease out in the back corner of the yard where we feed the wild animals. Food grade oils are used in all the hydraulic lines of any construction equip. used near the water so if there's a failure of the system these type oils don't pollute like motor oil's and regular hydraulic oil, so it's EPA ok. I also think that any equip. on the water on bridges and bardges, like cranes, all have vegatable oil in them.

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Any truth to the rumor that biodiesel vehicles attract bears?


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