Disney's cooking with gas -- literally (okay, sort of)
Written by Robert Niles
Here's a fun story about theme parks recycling; Disneyland yesterday completed the conversion of its locomotives from diesel fuel to "biodiesel," in other words, used frying oil from the resort's restaurants.Tweet
So that oil that fried your chicken nuggets in New Orleans Square someday later will be powering your trip around the park back to the front gate.
Disney's fry oil has been in the news before, when the company announced that it was joining others in the food service industry in switching to oil without harmful trans fat.
Here's a full story from the Orange County Register. You may submit your best jokes/puns below.
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