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FOB Price: 350.00 USD/MT  
Product Type: For Bio Diesel Fuel 
Port: Klang 
Minimum Order Quantity: 20 MT 
Supply Ability: 100000 MT
Place Of Origin: Malaysia
Delivery Time: 15 days
Expiry Date: 2017-08-01 [expired]
Last Update: 2016-08-01
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Used Cooking Oil (UCO): Used cooking oil is waste or spent cooking & frying oils collected from commercial food factories, restaurants, arena's, casinos, schools, bakeries, etc. While the majority of used cooking oils are vegetable based, by no means should UCO be considered "waste vegetable oil" as there is inevitably some level of animla fat in UCO, which is naturally derived from the cooking process, and of course some resteraunts cook in fats rather than oils. Generally UCO should not be considererd yellow grease as it may not be fully rendered or meet the specification commonly associated with yellow grease.


 Traditional uses for UCO have been to produce yellow grease for animal feed, limited use as part of a fuel mixture for boilers or kilns, or simply dispose of by landfill as part of a waste stream. However, over the past decade, demand for UCO has increased significantly largely due to the biofuels/biodiesel market place.  Increasinly seen as a sustainable, recycled and non-food competiting product (food vs. fuel debate), used cooking oil has become the socially responsible, sustainable,  lower cost, and often only locally produced feedstock readily available to biodiesel producers.  In addition to the lower cost and sustainable nature of the feedstock, certain state and national government acencies have provided additional or increased incentives for biodiesel produced from used cooking oil.  UCO is a recognized feedstock for USA's Renewable Fues Standard (RFS2) and thus biodiesel produced from UCO can qualify for RIN's tax credits.  California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard ("LCFS") takes this even further and recognizes UCO/YG as one of the lowest Carbon Intensity ("CI") feedstocks, and thus UCO biodiesel qualifies for a significantly higher credit value than fresh oils, animal fats, etc.  Another expample is the EU/EC provides a "double count" benefit for biodiesel produced from UCO, meaning every liter of UCO biodiesel used toward meeting a biodiesel mandate can be "double counted" as two liters.

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