Transporting used cooking oil to a recycling facility is one thing; selling it is another. If you don’t want the hassle of installing a grease trap, contact your nearest recycling facility or compost producer to pitch your used oil to them. Although you’ll get dirt cheap rates by selling used cooking oil, it’s still better than simply dumping it somewhere.
Most registered and responsible restaurants get rebate checks from the government against the amount of oil they recycle. If you want to ease this process for your takeaway kitchen, contact a registered and authorized restaurant to sell used cooking oil. If this service isn’t available in your area, consider other oil recycling methods like dumping it in compost or buying a new recycling kit.