Cook up funds for medics
12:00pm Wednesday 16th January 2013 in News
Residents are being reminded there is still time to recycle used cooking oil for a good cause.
Marlborough-based waste solutions company Hills is behind the scheme which encourages residents to take their used oil to one of the 11 household recycling centres across Wiltshire until the end of March.
Hills, Wiltshire Council and eco firm Living Fuel will donate 25p per litre to Wiltshire Air Ambulance Appeal.
Cliff Carter, recycling manager at Hills Waste Solutions, said: “Used cooking oil is like liquid gold – once processed it provides carbon neutral electricity for UK homes and business.”
For further information, visit www.hills-waste.co.uk