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Old September 15th, 2020, 03:50 PM #1
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I need used oil, hyd fluid, gas, oil paint disposal

I have a collection of used motor oil, hydraulic fluid, old gas, oil paint, stain, car batteries etc. I would like to pay to have hauled away. The collection covers an area of approximately two standard pallets.
Does anyone do this type of work or know who to call. Thanks.
In Clinton PG county.

UPDATE - a member has graciously helped me out.
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Old September 15th, 2020, 03:58 PM #2
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oil, hyd fluid, gas are easy - honestly, refineries should pay for it not charge, as it is easier to distill than crude.

the stain and paint are a little harder esp if the oil paint has lead.

old car batteries? fuggetaboutit
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Old September 15th, 2020, 04:03 PM #3
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Our county does Hazzard day once a month at the landfill. Always take oil and anti freeze and latex paint
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Old September 15th, 2020, 04:08 PM #4
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What I am looking for is someone to take it to the appropriate disposal location for a fee.
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Did you try Stericycle? I am not sure if they do non-contract, but they recycle darn near everything else, and if they don't they might have another company to recommend. They list on their site all kinds of stuff and a search for paint disposal hit on their page, so might be worth a call just to see.

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What I am looking for is someone to take it to the appropriate disposal location for a fee.
Find a friend that lives in DC. The fort Totten transfer station will accept an atom bomb on Saturday’s during the hazmat hours.
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Old September 15th, 2020, 05:06 PM #7
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Did you try Stericycle? I am not sure if they do non-contract, but they recycle darn near everything else, and if they don't they might have another company to recommend. They list on their site all kinds of stuff and a search for paint disposal hit on their page, so might be worth a call just to see.

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Thanks Mark. I will check that out.
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You can get gift cards from advance auto parts stores for old car batteries. $10 each I believe.
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oil, hyd fluid, gas are easy - honestly, refineries should pay for it not charge, as it is easier to distill than crude.

the stain and paint are a little harder esp if the oil paint has lead.

old car batteries? fuggetaboutit
They are back to charging for used oil pickup. I think it was. .60 a gallon our last pickup.

Batteries should be easy, core charges right now are a think $16.00
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