NJ - Do you need a permit to collect WVO? Submitted by an Anonymous Greaser on Tue, 2011-11-08 02:37 Do you need a permit or lisence in NJ to collect and haul WVO? Any input greatly appreciated. Reply to this post ny and nj requires numerous Submitted by an Anonymous Greaser on Wed, 2011-11-09 23:22 ny and nj requires numerous licenses including a DEC license !!! reply Correct, and NJ will fine you Submitted by an Anonymous Greaser on Sun, 2011-11-13 00:34 Correct, and NJ will fine you until you go out of business, they don't stop,!!! reply Not true guys. I just spoke Submitted by an Anonymous Greaser on Wed, 2011-11-16 02:01 Not true guys. I just spoke with NJ DEP this morning, and collecting WVO from restaurants and transporting it back to your property, and/or storing it on your property requires no permits, licenses, registration...no nothing. It is not hazardous waste. They told me...have at it, and good luck. reply I currently operate a legal Submitted by an Anonymous Greaser on Thu, 2011-11-17 03:30 I currently operate a legal cooking oil recyling company in NJ. No special permit is required. Do check local fire codes on storager. Touch a grease trap you do require an A901 from DEP. The previous posts regarding NJ are false and they are just trying to GET IT ALL. NY you do require the equal to a NJ A901. email@example.com reply Reply to this post Your name Comment * Location * What code is in the image? * Enter the characters shown in the image.