When used oils are collected, they can be refined and reprocessed into new lubricating oil or be used as industrial burning fuel.
When motor oil is moving through engines and transmissions, it can pick up hazardous materials like arsenic and lead. If used oil enters our waste stream, it can soak into the ground and contaminate our water.
Through UOMA Atlantic, used oil filters and aerosols collected will be crushed and compressed into cubes. In turn, these are melted and molded into different products, such as fences for example.