screwswithshrews t1_j0o3uph wrote

Also, wouldn't this used cooking oil just decompose into CO2 in a dump somewhere otherwise? Isn't it net zero because you're not pulling carbon from deep below the surface and putting it into the atmosphere?


screwswithshrews t1_itswd24 wrote

I think OSHA's risk tolerance for me is lower than that I have for myself.

If you have a 0.1% chance of losing a toe for mowing the lawn in flip flops, eh whatever.

From OSHA's perspective, if 100,000 people individually have a 0.1% chance of losing a toe, that's a problem.