Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang
Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang

How waste cooking oil can drive Hong Kong's campaign for cleaner air

Edwin Lau says a new regulatory regime for waste cooking oil will offer Hong Kong the chance to ramp up production of biodiesel, which can be used to power vehicles, generators

Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang
Under a proposed law, cooking oil must be shown to meet certain standards, while used oil should only be collected by registered recyclers. Photo: Sam Tsang
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