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Gresco can take in residents' household oils

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Residents looking to dispose of household oils can do so at any Gresco location. According to Gresco's Angela Rosario, last week's pilot collection project at the Yigo Mayor's Office yielded 1,000 gallons of household oils.

"If you do have residents that are wondering where they can drop off their cooking oil or motor oil we can take it in as long as its five gallons," she said.

Rosario asks that residents drop the household oils off during office hours at any of the Gresco locations. The collection is intended to reduce the carbon footprint on island.

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