Investigatory Project 5

Satisfactory Essays
Purifying used cooking oil

Members of this Project:
Xavier Bagongon
Apollo Mesa
Angelo Nombre
Carl Boltron
Shintaro Carbonilla

Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction………………………………………… 1
Background of the study…………………………. 2
Statement of the problem(s)………………………2
Significance of the study…………………………. 3
Chapter 2
Related literature……………………………………4
Definition of terms………………………………….4
Chapter 3
Flow chart…………………………………………..5
Experimentation (procedures)…………………...5
Chapter 4
Conclusion(s)………………………………………6
Summary…………………………………………….6
Recommendations………………………………….6
Chapter 1
1.1 Background of the study Cooking oil is used in cooking food is commonly derived from vegetables. Cooking oil is commonly used for frying and is usually thrown away. The recycling of cooking oil is also provides a form of revenue for restaurants, which are sometimes compensated by cooking oil recyclers for their used deep fryer oil. Cooking oil recycling also result in less used oil being disposed in drains, which can log sewage lines due to build-up fats. Cooking oil recycling also saves a little money. So this study can also help our environment by less oil being disposed in the drains and less oil being thrown away everywhere and not just in land in oceans lakes, river and seas etc.

1.2 Statement of the problem(s)
How to purify and reuse cooking oil for further usage?
Is the sedimentation method effective in purifying used cooking oil?
Is there a possibility of purifying used cooking oil?

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1.3 Significance of the Study The used of cooking oil cause problem to the kitchen pipes, clogging them and creating odors, therefore all of us, the students should do campaigns of information so our people understand the need to recycle the used cooking oil. Some of the products that we can get from recycling used cooking oil are: detergent, candles, soap, paint, waxes and varnishes. We can get fertilizer for the agriculture too. 1.5

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