SFO – Sunflower oil
Sunflower oil is an edible oil that comes from the sunflower oil fruits. It is produced mainly by the mechanical method of pressure and is available for consumption after undergoing processes (cleaning and deodorization).
SBO – Soya bean oil
Soybean oil is an excellent alternative for use in cooking, instead of other seed oil, as it has a low content of saturated fats and is a natural antioxidant.
Soybean oil is mainly absorbed by the food industry (sweets, sauces, margarines) and to a lesser extent by households as a edible good. In addition to the food industry, soybean oil is used in the chemical industry, but also in applications such as varnishes and biofuels.
RSO – Rapeseed oil
Rapeseed oil uniquely combines low saturated fat and high monounsaturated fatty acids. It is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids (linoleic acid) for a balanced diet. In addition to edible uses, rapeseed oil is one of the main sources of green fuel production. In addition, it is used as a lubricating oil in various machines, but also as a hydraulic oil in the forest industry.
UCO – Used cooking oil
UCOs oils are a pollutant that, if improperly disposed of (eg, discharged into a sewer) can have serious environmental consequences. However, if the UCO is collected and recycled, almost equal amounts of biofuel can be produced, which can replace a conventional fuel, such as e.g. oil, in uses such as heating and transport.