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Biofuel Oasis - Emeryville - 1441 Ashby Avenue

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Biofuel Oasis

1441 Ashby Avenue, Emeryville, California 94608
(510) 665-5509

M-Su 10-6

BioFuel Oasis was founded in 2003 to provide greater access to biodiesel, a renewable fuel that reduces harmful tailpipe emissions. Accepts used cooking oils from the public. Pour from your own container into provided receptacles. Sells 20% local recycled biodiesel/80% renewable diesel.
We are a worker-owned & operated cooperative founded in 2003 that values sustainability, local production, and community. Urban farm store that sells beekeeping supplies, chicks, chicken feed, and more, as well as teaching a plethora of urban farming classes.

Item Notes Method Destination
Cooking Oil/Grease/Fats Upon arrival, enter the building so an employee can unlock the receptacle for you. Residential cooking oil and grease only – no other wastes. Pour cooking oil in the receptacle and recycle your container at home. Do not mix with automotive wastes. For solid grease disposal bring something to scrape the grease from your container into the receptacle. If grease is frozen it is best to bring it to room temperature prior to disposal.
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