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Oil Disposal

Today, almost 60% of the nation's automotive oil is changed by consumer themselves. You can recycle your oil from cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, and lawnmowers. It's Easy!

  1. Put your used oil in a clean plastic container with a tight lid.
  2. Don't mix it with anything else (paint, gasoline, solvents, antifreeze, etc.).
  3. Take it to a service station or other location that collects used oil for recycling.

Here are some service stations that will accept uncontaminated used motor oil during regular business hours. Each business reserves the right to limit quantities, and in some cases, a small fee may be charged.

SASWMA Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center, 1201 Graham Rd, Stow 330-374-0383
Valvoline Instant Oil Change, 2860 State Road  330-929-6324
Lube Stop 10 Minute Oil Change, 1948 State Road  330-920-9595
BP ProCare, 2850 State Road  330-928-7129

Last changed 04/24/2012 - 3:00pm by younkin@cityofcf