At A & L Recycling, we have designed a grease facility where from the beginning to the end we can eliminate your grease problems. We can provide you with safe environmental protection services.At our facility, we can clean out grease traps and remove your cooking oil. We can supply you with 55-gallon drums so you may store your grease safely and properly.We also provide certificates of compliance and the paperwork needed to show the DEP where you dispose of your grease.Our facility can handle large and small jobs and because our name has been in the industry for more than 33 years while also servicing another environmental business of septic and cesspool cleaning.It is our responsibility to conserve our resources and preserve our environment for future generations.Remember:"Your grease of today can be tomorrow's future."Let's Be "Green". A & L Recycling is a Recyclables Handling and Recovery Facility for Non-Petroleum Waste Oil. The Facility has developed a way of collecting and cleaning the oils and grease from the grease traps of food processing facilities and restaurants for recovery. The Facility separates and disposes of wastewater and recovers and recycles the Non-Petroleum Oil and Grease for industrial use.In pursuit of the recycling goals of the NY City Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP),A&L Recycling has applied for a NY State permit modification (6NYCRR Part 360) from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC),in order to increase throughput,storage capacity,hours of operation and conduct equipment modification at the existing facility.One of the requirements for the NYSDEC Application to be deemed completed is the development of a Public Participation Plan and organization of a Public Meeting for the communities located in the proximity to the A&L Recycling Oil/Grease Recovery Facility.The Public Participation Plan focuses on public outreach and an Environmental Justice (EJ) Informational Meeting to be held in the Facility's host community to discuss the project,the State permit application,and the NYSDEC permitting process.The following materials associated with the proposed modification and Permit application can also be found at the community public repositories at the Queens Community Board 2 Office and at the Queens Public Library,Sunnyside.