Why Recycle Oil & Glycol?

Why Recycle Oil & Glycol?

Just one litre of used oil could pollute one million litres of drinking water. By recycling your used products, you help protect New Brunswick’s environment.

Used oil is a source of energy for commercial and industrial consumers. Oil and diesel fuel filters, made mostly of metal, are crushed and sent to a steel mill for recycling.

Glycol is cleaned and, depending on the additives, the new coolant is sold to commercial and industrial consumers.

Containers for oil and glycol are made of high-quality plastic. Once cleaned and decontaminated, they are recycled into new containers and other products.

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