Grease Recycling

Residential Grease Recycling Program...

North Baldwin Utilities has partnered with Daphne Utilities to bring a Residential Grease Recycling Program to the North Baldwin community. With oily residue in residential plumbing leading to sewer problems and overflows, this new program will greatly benefit both people and wildlife in the area.

The process is simple. After letting cooking oil cool, it should be poured into a clean, plastic container with a properly fitting lid. The container can be a NBU container found at one of the designated Used Oil Recycling Stations; the container the oil originally came in; or any other clean, plastic container that is convenient. After the oil is collected, it should be taken to a Used Oil Recycling Station. Stations are located at the NBU Office at 25 Hand Avenue and at the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce recycling center located at 301 McMeans Avenue. It is then the responsibility of NBU to take the used oil to a Wastewater Reclamation Facility in Daphne. There it is turned into bio-diesel fuel to be used in utility trucks and heavy equipment. This recycled fuel actually smells like French fries!

Protecting the environment is a team effort, so be sure to bring any used, residential grease to one of the NBU recycling stations today!

NBU Grease Recycling Station I
North Baldwin Utilities Office:
25 Hand Avenue; Bay Minette, Alabama

NBU Grease Recycling Station II
North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce:
301 McMeans Avenue; Bay Minette, Alabama











This program is for cooking oil ONLY. No commercial oil, grease-trap waste, or petroleum-based motor oils accepted!

For more information or to have used oil picked up from a residence, please contact us by phone at 251.580.1626 or by e-mail at