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Balaji Refineries (Oil Disposal)
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Date Posted: 03/25/08 16:48
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In reply to: Water Protection Association 's message, "Quick & Easy Fats, Oils, & Grease Disposal" on 04/ 8/04 4:03

>>Has anybody got an idea what I can do with all the old
>>cooking oil in a restaurant?
>I don't know if you've been helped yet or where you
>are located, but a "big thing" around here in North
>Carolina is a product called "Just Toss-It and
>"SolidState". They are oil "encapsulating" powders.
>The do not absorb oils, but rather bonds with them
>rendering them non-toxic and inert, which can then be
>tossed into the normal disposal systems without
>It is primarily used for the fats and greases oil
>recycling companies won't take, such as fats oils and
>grease from bacon, chicken, duck, turkey, prime
>rib,hamburgers,etc. and spilled or contaminated fryer
>oils. Normally dumping these types of fats oils and
>grease is what gets restaurant owners into costly
>trouble. And most Water System Municipalities are now
>implementing a fierce crack down on these types of
>harmful oil dumpings.
>The product is relatively inexpensive and saves
>restaurant owners costly expenses on drain and fat
>trap cleaning, and more importantly eliminates fines
>imposed for illegal dumping. To find out more, go to
>www.oildisposal.org and see for yourself as it is
>really a simple and effective solution to oil disposal
>J. Thomas Kirchoff
>Water Protection Association
>P. O. Box 6651
>Hendersonville, NC 28739
>Office/Fax: 828 696-4060
>Email: justtossit@bellsouth.net
>Website: www.oildisposal.org

This Mr. Dev Shankar from balaji refineries,

I am working as marketting incharge in this company since 4 years, So i request the names of company, which thy want to dispose the used (DG, Transformer, Lubricant, Cutting, etc.) Oil for an approved company from MOEF. Which is located in Karnataka (India) & near by.

Thanking you,
Mr. Dev Shankar
Off - +9180 65720772
Fax - +9180 27832255
Mob- +91 9448482111
Marketting Incarge
Balaji Refineries
Bangalore, Karnataka.

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