Waste Kitchen Grease Transporter Registration
Welcome to the Maryland Department of Agriculture Waste Kitchen Grease Transporter
Registration application. Create your company account here, or enter your credentials to login and view your account.
Search for certified transporters approved by the State of
Registration Process and Fees
Applicants are strongly advised to become familiar with the requirements of Agriculture Article 10-1802 (b) for Registered Waste Kitchen Grease Transporters. If you are not exempt,
you must complete an online registration application
before transporting waste kitchen grease in Maryland.
Create Your Account
Register Your Vehicles
Registration cost is $100 per applicant plus $100 for each vehicle used to haul
waste kitchen grease
Upload Proof of Vehicle Insurance
Personal injury and property damage combined single liability limits of at least
Accepted payment methods are American Express, Visa, MasterCard and Discover
Print Your Certificate
Your registration certificate is invalid if you fail to provide adequate
proof of insurance as required. Registrations expire one year after they are issued.
The registrant's name must be conspicuously displayed on the vehicle.
The Waste Kitchen Grease Transporter Registration Program was created by the 2011
Maryland General Assembly to help deter waste kitchen grease theft. Persons who
transport waste kitchen grease in Maryland are required to register annually with
the Department unless they are exempt as specified under
10-1802 (b) of the Agriculture Article.
Waste kitchen grease means animal fats or vegetable oils used in cooking or generated
by a food establishment that will not be consumed or reused as food, including animal
fats or vegetable oils that are principally derived from food preparation and processing
and have not been processed by a renderer.
You are not required to register as a Waste Kitchen Grease Transporter if you meet
all the following conditions:
- You only transport waste kitchen grease to be converted into biofuel for your own
- You do not transport more than 275 gallons in a single vehicle.1
- You do not possess or control more than 1,320 gallons of waste kitchen grease, biofuel
feedstock derived from waste kitchen grease, or biofuel stock.1
- You do not obtain and transport waste kitchen grease from a container owned by a
registered waste kitchen grease hauler, a commercial renderer, or a food establishment
that is under contract to a registered waste kitchen grease transporter.
- Other than to a property that you own, you will only transport the waste kitchen
grease to one other receiving facility during a single 24-hour period provided that:
- The facility's biofuel production capacity does not exceed 500 gallons a day and,
- The facility does not possess or control more than 1,320 gallons of waste kitchen
grease, biofuel feedstock derived from waste kitchen grease, or biofuel.1
1 excludes biofuel used to power the vehicle transporting the waste kitchen