*includes oil, glycol, and aerosol containers since 2014.
Used oil and antifreeze products don’t belong in landfills. They can be recycled – and we can help with that. For small quantities of used oil and glycol (antifreeze) products – find a drop-off location close to where you live. If you generate large volumes we’ll pick up your products at no cost.
If you generate large volumes of used oil and antifreeze products and containers, you can find a Registered Collector to pick up your products at no cost.learn more
Used oil and antifreeze products (and the containers they come in) can be given a second life when you dispose of them properly. The Atlantic Used Oil Management Association provides residents and businesses with a safe and effective way to recycle used oil and antifreeze products and divert them from landfills.Learn more
Used oil and antifreeze products must be recycled and it’s never been easier. If collected and returned, they can be reused or recycled into other products.
Collect used oil and oil filters, empty oil containers, antifreeze containers, and aerosol containers.
Drain your oil filter in a bucket and put used oil in an old oil container.
Enter your postal code or community at the top of this page.
Give them to an attendant during business hours.