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Fryer Oil Collection Locations

Large quantities of household FOG (fats, oils or grease) accumulated from cooking, frying, and general food preparation are accepted by most household hazardous waste  (HHW) collection sites. Most collections will safely dispose of the cooking oil in a landfill but some limited recycling programs exist. Always follow proper disposal practices when disposing of FOG.

Fryer Oil Collection Locations

Find out where to drop-off used fryer oil in your city or county.

Chesapeake | Franklin | Gloucester | Hampton | Isle of Wight | James City County | Newport News | Norfolk | Poquoson | Portsmouth | Smithfield | Southampton | SPSA | Suffolk | Virginia Beach | VPPSA | Williamsburg | York County

Chesapeake

Chesapeake residents may dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads or at one of the quarterly Chesapeake Recycles Day events.

Franklin

Residents can dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

Gloucester

Two collections held per year – April and October. For upcoming collection details, visit the Gloucester County Household Hazardous Waste information page.

Hampton

Residents may dispose of used cooking oil/grease at quarterly VPPSA Household Hazardous Waste Collection events. Check the askHRgreen.org event calendar for upcoming collections or for more information call (757) 259-9850 and speak with the Household Chemical Coordinator today!

Isle of Wight

Residents may dispose of used cooking oil at any of the following Isle of Wight Convenience Centers. Click here for hours of operation.

Camptown Convenience Center – 34010 Carver Road, Franklin 

Carroll Bridge Convenience Center - 17634 Carroll Bridge Road, Windsor 

Crocker’s Convenience Center – 9421 Whispering Pines Trail, Windsor 

Walters Convenience Center – 3403 Burdette Road, Carrsville

Carrsville Convenience Center – 6135 Carrsville Highway, Carrsville

Jones Creek Convenience Center – 21203 Boundary Road, Carrollton

Stave Mill Convenience Center – 23254 Stave Mill Road, Windsor

Wrenn’s Mill Convenience Center – 8196 Old Stage Highway, Smithfield

James City County

Residents may dispose of used cooking oil at VPPSA Household Hazardous Waste Collection events or the following James City County Convenience Centers. Click here for hours of operation.

Jolly Pond Road – 1204 Jolly Pond Road

Tewning Road – 117 Tewning Road

Toano Convenience Center – 185 Industrial Boulevard

Newport News

Used cooking oil is accepted at the Newport News Recovery Operations Center, 550 Atkinson Way, Newport News (approximately one mile north of Denbigh Blvd on Warwick Blvd). The facility is open Monday – Saturday from 8am-4pm (except for City observed holidays). Call (757) 886-7947 for more information.

Norfolk

Used cooking oil is accepted at the Division of Waste Management – 1176 Pineridge Road, Norfolk – Monday through Saturday – 10am to 2pm. Residents may also dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA household hazardous waste (HHW) collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

Poquoson

Poquoson residents may take used cooking oil to the York County Waste Management Center, 145 Goodwin Neck Road, Yorktown. The center is open Monday – Saturday from 7am – 4pm. For more information, call (757) 890-3780. Residents may also dispose of used cooking oil/grease at quarterly VPPSA Household Hazardous Waste Collection events. 

Portsmouth

Portsmouth residents may dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

Smithfield

Residents may dispose of used cooking oil at any Isle of Wight Convenience Center (see above). Click here for hours of operations.

Southampton

Residents can dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

SPSA Collection Locations

Used cooking oil is accepted at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads for the residents of Chesapeake, Franklin, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Southampton County, Suffolk and Virginia Beach. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

Chesapeake Transfer Station – 901 Hollowell Lane, Chesapeake – Open third Saturday and first Wednesday monthly 9:00 a.m. to noon

Franklin Transfer Station – 30521 General Thomas Highway, Franklin – Open last Thursday monthly 9:00 a.m. to noon

Landstown Transfer Station – 1825 Concert Drive, Virginia Beach – Open second Saturday monthly 9:00 a.m. to noon

Regional Landfill – 1 Bob Foeller Drive, Suffolk – Open Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Suffolk

Suffolk residents may dispose of used cooking oil at SPSA Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities throughout Hampton Roads. Limit disposal to five gallons of liquid or 75 pounds of solid waste per visit.

VPPSA Collection Locations

Used cooking oil is accepted at quarterly VPPSA Household Chemical Collection events for the residents of Hampton, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York and James City counties. Residents are notified of the schedules through a quarterly flyer placed in their recycling bins and in the local newspapers. Check the askHRgreen.org event calendar for upcoming collections or for more information call (757) 259-9850 and speak with the Household Chemical Coordinator.

Virginia Beach

Residents can bring used cooking oil to the Virginia Beach City Landfill & Resource Recovery Center (1991 Jake Sears Road, Virginia Beach). The center is open Tuesday – Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call (757) 385-1980.

Williamsburg

Used cooking oil is accepted at the Tewning Road Convenience Center (117 Tewning Road). Click here for hours of operation.

York County

Used cooking oil is accepted at the Waste Management Center (145 Goodwin Neck Road, Yorktown). The center is open Monday – Saturday from 7am – 4pm. For more information, call (757) 890-3780.

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