Simple tip: What happens to YOUR used motor oil?

mtr oil2As more and more families try to cut costs, more and more families are handling car maintenance at home as opposed to dropping by a local maintenance shop.  The most common task is changing your car’s oil, but… what do YOU do with your used motor oil?

You may have tried to store it in a container and slip it into your trash, unnoticed, but did you know:

A single quart of motor oil, if disposed of improperly, can contaminate up to 2,000,000 gallons of fresh water!!!

A bit of a disturbing fact!  The next time that temptation strikes, think twice and instead store your used motor oil in a safely sealed container and drop it at a local facility.  Most auto stores and repair shops will accept it, free of charge. And if you need help in locating a facility, simply check out and enter “motor oil” and your zip code.

I assure you, you will have plenty of choices and our fresh water supply won’t take the harmful impact!

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4 thoughts on “Simple tip: What happens to YOUR used motor oil?

  1. Even Walmart collects motor oil. They also collect the most recycled thing in the US car batteries.

  2. Kim – thanks for that! I was actually aware of the contest since I have the kids’ school participating in the “Brigades” with Terracycle! Hope all is well!

    Amalepoet – absolutely!

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