How it Works

Waste cooking oil is recovered through a natural and additive-free patented process of filtration and sedimentation. Oil is pumped into settling tanks where it is left for two to five weeks. The sediment is removed and the lighter, purer oil is filtered to create an end of waste bioliquid called LF100.

LF100 is then used in our eco-friendly power stations to generate renewable energy used to power UK homes and businesses through our emergency reserve contract with National Grid.

Unlike biodiesel manufacture, we don’t add chemicals at any point throughout our recovery process and only ever heat the oil to an ambient temperature to keep out the winter chill.


Stop and think, not down the sink!

Stop and think, not down the sink!