Environmental Facts

Recycling used oil demonstrates our commitment to protect the environment for future generations.

Improperly disposed used oil can end up in landfills, sewers, back yards, or storm drains. In all of these cases, soil, groundwater and even drinking water may be contaminated. In most areas, improper disposal of used oil is a crime.

Used oil can be reprocessed into fuel that can be used in furnaces for heat, or in power plants to generate electricity for homes, schools and businesses. It can also be used in industrial and utility boilers, mixed with asphalt, blended for marine fuels, and other uses. Used oil can also be re-refined into lubricating oils that meet the same specifications as virgin motor oil.

In partnership with our customers, Nationwide Oil is committed to making a difference in preserving the environment in which we live.


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