1. Any type of oil used for cooking is can be recycled.  You should strain the oil to get rid of any food pieces that are floating in the oil, but know that straining the oil is not required for recycling of oil.
  2. Put the oil in any sized or any type of container. Just make sure that it has a lid. Let the oil cool first before trying to pour it into any container.
  3. Keep it in a container in an accessible spot so that you can constantly fill it up so you can take the container to recycle the oil. Make sure you label the oil so you do not get confused on which oil is which.
  4. When the container is full, call freerecyclingquotes.com for information on options for recycling cooking oil.