Did you know motorcycle owners change their own oil 5X more than average motorists? Used oil and filters are considered hazardous materials and unlawful dumping is prohibited by law. Recycling is the only legal way to dispose of them.
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In the meantime this is 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