SUNBURY, Pa. — Working with a third-party provider, Weis Markets here recycled 330,000 gallons of cooking grease taken from its 164 stores last year, as part of a grease-trap recycling program that is unusual in the food retailing business. Kline’s Services, Salunga, Pa., has been collecting the cooking grease, a by-product of Weis stores’ food preparation areas, from all Weis stores since January 2012, and processing it in a “Food2Fuel” production facility. ...

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