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Old 04-02-2013, 10:39 AM   #8
trixterNorCal
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Originally Posted by Rex Nemo View Post
Sadly, my understanding is that retail places can reject oil with contaminants in it. Both that and the 55-gallon drum probably have to go to the household hazardous waste place closest to you.
I dunno about state law requiring them to accept oil but I can understand it on a business basis. It costs more to remove such contaminates. In fact if you are going to DIY recycle oil into diesel fuel it takes extra (somewhat expensive) effort to remove such contaminates. This means they can probably sell to recyclers for a higher price clean oil vs dirty oil.
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