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Monsoon And The Used Cooking Oil Flood

Monsoon is a blissful time of the year that awakens the foodie in us. In a chilly, breezy, rainy season everybody loves to munch on bhajiyas, Wadas, samosas, and much more. As much as the monsoon is beautiful it is also an ideal time for water clogging.

There are various reasons why your water clogs during rains. Water clogging during rain is very common, that’s why we tend to turn a blind eye to the rough consequences. Many times, we end up blaming the municipal department or government for neglecting to maintain the drainage systems. We as a whole are liable for such water logging issues, and we are capable of stopping the water logging problem. In each family, used cooking oil is disposed of in the channel. Because of the sticky properties of the used cooking oil, it stops the whole sewage system. Unfortunately, all families are following a similar act of disposing of used cooking oil.

India is a heavy consumer and largest importer of oil, not only that but also India is famous for its lip-smacking food that is mainly deep-fried in oil. Many big restaurants sell the used cooking oil to the street vendors and the same oil gets used again for cooking purposes. When the oil becomes rancid, many street vendors or restaurants irresponsibly discard the used cooking oil into the drain. Along with households, even the F&B industry is responsible for water clogging. This happens because the majority of people are unaware of how to dispose of the used cooking oil responsibly.

One of the best ways to prevent water clogging is to store the used cooking oil safely and give it to us. We at Aris BioEnergy collect used cooking oil in a substantial amount from Food aggregators which later gets used for the production of BioDiesel.

Biofuel is the fuel for the future. If we start taking responsible steps toward safeguarding the Earth now, we will have a better place to live in the future.