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What you need to know:
- Recycling oil protects our groundwater
- Used oil filters are considered hazardous waste
- Used oil & filters are illegal to throw in the trash
Used oil & oil filters are easier to recycle than ever!
- It’s free to recycle these materials
- It's convenient (lots of local locations for drop off)
Here's how to recycle your used oil & filters
- Used oil filter: put it in a sealed container (like a ziplock bag)
- Used motor oil: put it in a tightly sealed unbreakable container
- Take both oil and filters to a collection center
Note: Many communities also offer free curbside collection of used oil and filters. Call your local trash hauler to learn more about availability in your area.
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