Taipei sets up tracking system to keep UCO out of food supply chain

February 18, 2015 |

In Taipei, the country’s environmental protection agency has launched a program to trace used cooking oil using 10 independently developed tracers in an attempt to keep UCO from re-entering the human food supply. Tracers will be added at the restaurant level and then again at the recycling center, the second of which will help inspectors determine which recycling centers are feeding the oil back into the human food supply chain rather than as feedstock for biodiesel.

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