Aldi expanding cooking oil collection points
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Aldi Hungary is expanding its cooperation with Biofilter Környezetvédelmi Zrt., enabling the collection of used cooking oil at more than 100 stores throughout the country, according to napi.hu.
The two companies said in a statement yesterday that they had begun working together in December 2020 to place used frying bins in 11 stores in the chain.
The delivery option has become popular among customers, and the delivery volume has been steadily increasing in the weeks after installation. In some stores, the collectors are filled three times a day.
Aldi and Biofilter have thus prevented several tonnes of cooking oil from polluting the environment every month.
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