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Home Cooking Oil Disposal

No grease down the drain, please!  

Recycle your used cooking oil at one of several convenient locations in San Francisco and Treasure Island. We'll recycle your used cooking oil into cleaner-burning biodiesel to power the City's fleet (including MUNI buses)!

See what can happen to sewer lines clogged by improper grease disposal -->>>.

SFGreasecycle Used Cooking Oil Drop-Off Sites



View a larger version of this map of Used Cooking Oil Drop-Off Locations.

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Costco
450 10th Street (at Harrison St.)
Phone: (415) 626-4388

Dogpatch Biofuels
765 Pennsylvania Ave. (betw. 22nd & 23rd St.)
Phone: (415) 642-7378

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Center
Recycle Road (at 401 and 501 Tunnel Ave.)
Phone: (415) 330-1400

Rainbow Grocery Cooperative
1745 Folsom Street (at 13th St.)
Phone: (415) 863-0620

Whole Foods Franklin
1765 California Street (at Franklin St.)
Phone: (415) 674-0500

Whole Foods Potrero Hill
450 Rhode Island Street (at 17th St.)
Phone: (415) 552-1155

Whole Foods SOMA 
399 4th Street (at Harrison St.)

Phone: (415) 618-0066

TREASURE ISLAND
Island Cove Market
150 4th Street, Suite 1
Phone: (415) 391-2299

(Please note: the drop-off site will most likely be in the store's parking lot, not in the store. Check in with store staff to find out.)

Most people don't produce very much used cooking fats, oils or grease. But even a little grease from the many homes in the City can add up to clogged sewers in our neighborhoods.

Clogged sewers can result in back-ups, overflows onto streets, foul odors, and costly damage to sewer infrastructure. Fortunately, we can do something about it. Recycle your grease! 

Read these USEFUL TIPS on collecting used cooking oil.

Last updated: 2/4/2014 1:56:29 PM