5 Steps to a Better Forsyth

 
 

1

Initial consultation and set up of your waste cooking oil collection account with So-In.

2

So-In will arrange a reoccurring pick up schedule depending on your volume and deliver a waste cooking oil container.

3

Spread the word! So-In will provide info, social media content, and a sticker for your window letting the community know you are helping turn waste cooking oil into biodiesel for the to use Forsyth County.

4

So-In signs up 300 Forsyth County restaurants, which allows our sister company, Biodiesel4Schools, enough feedstock to make biodiesel for the Winston-Salem Forsyth County school buses.

5

Everybody wins! We have worked together to make Forsyth County a better place to live!

 
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Right now, Winston-Salem Forsyth County School buses burn 5% biodiesel that comes from all over the world. Our goal is to provide a readily available supply of locally made biodiesel so that our school bus fleet can burn at least a 20% biofuel blend that comes from recycling our waste cooking oil.  

This small change has a huge impact on the economic climate of the community and the carbon footprint. In addition to providing jobs and a green fuel for schools we can create a source of pride for the community. This program demonstrates the communities commitment to making the world a better, healthier and more economically secure place. It takes a village! We need every restaurant in Forsyth County to sign up to have their waste turned into a fuel for the future.