Used Motor Oil & Filters Hazardous Waste See Alternatives Illegal in Garbage & Drains Paper Shredding Event Saturday, June 2, 2018 More Info Get Reminder Recycle your used motor oil and oil filters from automobiles and motor powered recreational or gardening equipment for free during normal business hours at the following Certified Used Oil Recycling Centers: Truckee Automotive 11410 Deerfield Drive | 530-587-5705 Map & Directions Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm Truckee Rents, Inc 10410 River Park Place | 530-587-7832 Map & Directions Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm O’Reilly Auto Parts 11359 Deerfield Dr | 530-587-3296 Map & Directions Monday – Saturday 7:30am – 8pm, Sunday 8am – 7pm Eastern Regional Landfill Store your oil in a clean plastic container. Containers are available at no charge; ask for one at a certified collection center. Drain oil filters for 24 hours. Place filters in a plastic bag or bucket. Do Not Mix Oil with the Following: Water, Gasoline, Kerosene, Anti-Freeze, Brake Fluid, Paint, Varnishes, Degreaser, and Paint Thinner. If oil is mixed with anything please dispose of it properly as Hazardous Waste. Find out what to do with household hazardous waste Don't Dump in Trash or Down Drain Used motor oil is a major contaminant of waterways, so never dump down the drain or in the trash. Filters also leak toxic materials into waterways, which are slow to break down in the environment. Never Mix with Other Chemicals Service stations will not accept motor oil that has been contaminated with other products like antifreeze. Don’t mix your motor oil with anything else. Alternative Ways to Recycle Take to Service Stations The best way to recycle used motor oil and filters is to take them to a service station or auto shop. Find one that’s certified. Did You Know? What Happens to Recycled Motor Oil Used motor oil can be cleaned and recycled, which helps keep it out of waterways. Recycled oil is then used to make heating oil, asphalt and other petroleum-based products; it is usually not recycled and resold as motor oil.