yellow grease


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yellow grease

Used cooking oil, often in the fast food industry. A: "What are those huge containers for?" B: "Oh, I think they hold the restaurant's yellow grease."
See also: grease, yellow
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There's a subtle difference in the yellow grease, as you'd know if you worked in the store."
The venture has invested $20 million to retrofit the plant to handle a broader menu of feedstock to include yellow grease, rendered animal fats, inedible corn oil and refined vegetable oil.
With operations on five continents, the company collects and transforms all aspects of animal by-product streams into useable and specialty ingredients, such as gelatin, edible fats, feed-grade fats, animal proteins and meals, plasma, pet food ingredients, organic fertilisers, yellow grease, fuel feedstocks, green energy, natural casings and hides.
A large white keg covered in yellow grease can be seen in just one of the photographs taken by the inspectors.
Know the commodity value of yellow grease so you can understand where the value is and how that impacts service costs."
For smooth barked trees and large shrubs use the yellow grease bands but on older trees, usually pear and apple with fissured bark, apply Vitax Fruit Tree Grease directly on to the bark.
The YGRIN (Yellow Grease Renewable Initiative) innovative "zero waste" revolution is focused on advancing the clean energy movement through incentives and deals, spanning from your local community to the national level.
The supply of feedstock will come primarily from yellow grease, but Presby also is developing a consortium of local farmers to supply vegetables, whose oils could be converted to feedstock, and then biodiesel.
EcoSystem will market the MAGFUEL into the existing biodiesel industry as a blending agent for lower grade biodiesel feedstocks (e.g., choice white grease, tallow, and yellow grease) which have poor cold flow properties and high cetane values.
HydroGenetics, a Florida-based green energy industry holding company, has announced the acquisition of Buffalo Biodiesel, a company that produces, collects and renders yellow grease to produce biodiesel.
Known as yellow grease, it can be converted to biodiesel to fuel trucks and cars.
This company collects an annual total of 500 million litres of "yellow grease," or waste grease, from restaurants--far more than the 40 million needed for the Englehart plant.
The thick, yellow grease that forms in a cool pan after cooking meat is saturated fat.
So while the credit has been a boon for big producers and the soy industry, it's been less so for local producers like Gordon who rely on donated yellow grease as feedstock to supply a mainly off-road market geared toward farm equipment and home heating oil.