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Australia has very high standards for food hygiene which is why it is very challenging to run a food processing plant in Australia. It is worth all of the challenges though because the fact that a company has been able to make a food product in Australia becomes a sign of very high quality. This blog has some tips from manufacturing experts and professionals on how to get a food processing plant in Australia to meet the relevant national and state quality standards. I hope it is useful for anyone who is looking to start or upgrade their current food manufacturing business.

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Motor oil has been used for over a hundred years in some form or another. For much of this time frame, there was no safe method of disposing of it after it had served its purpose. There comes a time when all motor oil needs to be removed from your car, and this is often a job many car owners take on themselves. However, simply pouring this oil down the drain is illegal, especially for companies that have larger fleets or other types of oil like cooking or industrial oil. That is why technology is so key in waste oil recycling.

Recycling Is the Future

It used to be impossible to reuse oil, and it was simply dumped into drains or thrown into the rubbish where it eventually seeped its way into waterways and polluted many environments. Luckily there has been a marked improvement in recycling and now, thanks to many specialised recycling plants, oil can be refined and reused. However, many people still don't realise this and simply take the easy (and illegal) option of pouring their oil out. Organising a waste oil recycling pick up is very simple and it can save you a big fine and save the environment from irreparable damage.

Working Out a Schedule

For residential uses, you probably won't need more than one waste oil collection a year, and so you should save up all of your scrap oil in collectable containers if possible. For commercial businesses, waste oil pick-up dates can be arranged to coincide with your servicing so that as soon as the oil in your cars or industrial equipment is taken out it can be taken away. Make sure you are using a waste oil recycling plant and not simply a waste oil collection that may get rid of your waste oil but does not have the facilities to recycle it. 

Check the Oil Your Recycling Plant Accepts

Oil comes in many shapes and sizes and the term 'waste oil' can refer to a long list of hazardous liquids. From transformer oil to industrial lubrication oil, these oils all have different components that make them valuable to you when fresh but hard to recycle when they are used. Always check when organising your waste oil recycling pick-up that the company has the facilities to actually accept your oil. If not, a waste oil disposal plant may be your only option, and many companies offer collection of both types of oil (recyclable or disposable) to make it easier for you. 

For more information, contact waste oil recycling companies like Wren Oil.