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Last Week to Recycle Used Cooking Oil at Springs Preserve
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Last Week to Recycle Used Cooking Oil at Springs Preserve

It is the last week to take used cooking oil to the Springs Preserve for the Clark County Water Reclamation District's Don't be a Pain in the Drain campaign.

The goal is to keep fat, oil, grease and grit out of the drains because it collects in sewers creating blockages.

To drop off cooking oil, go to the south ticketing parking lot between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. through Tuesday, January 15. The oil should be poured back into the original container and sealed.

Small amounts of grease or oil can be put into a can and disposed of in the garbage.  

More than 1,400 gallons of used oil was collected and recycled last year. The cooking oil is turned into biofuel. 

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