Anti-Used Cooking Oil Act of 2012 filed by party-list congressmen

Journal Online reports that Ako Bicol party-list Reps. Christopher Co, Rodel Batocabe, and Alfredo Garbin Jr.have filed House Bill 5957 or "The Anti-Used Cooking Oil Act of 2012." The bill "prohibits the recycling and selling of used cooking oil." Co pointed out that using "recycled cooking oil" was a health hazard.

Journal Online reports that Ako Bicol party-list Reps. Christopher Co, Rodel Batocabe, and Alfredo Garbin  Jr.have filed House Bill 5957 or "The Anti-Used Cooking Oil Act of 2012." The bill "prohibits the recycling and selling of used cooking oil." Co pointed out that using "recycled cooking oil" was a health hazard.

 

The report noted: "Under the measure, it shall be unlawful for any person or entity to buy or sell used cooking oil, except for industrial purposes, such as homemade biodiesel fuel, lubricant, soup-making, and weather-proofing of exterior woodwork, among others."

 

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