Recycling your used motor oil and filters is easier than you’d think! There are many ways you can recycle your used motor oil and filter. Click on your city to find out which recycling option makes most sense for you.

ANTIOCH

Antioch

Recycle From Home: For those of you who prefer recycling your used oil and filters without having to leave home, curbside pickup is the option for you! Here’s what you need to know about requesting curbside pickup for your used oil in Antioch:

Process:

  • Step 1: Store your used motor oil in a clear plastic container (up to 3 gallons) with a secure lid.
  • Step 2: After draining your filter into the plastic container, place your used filter in a sealable plastic bag.
  • Step 3: Place the sealed container and plastic bag on the curb next to your recycling bin on collection day.

Tip: Call Republic Services at (925) 685-4711 before collection day so they can notify the driver to look out for the motor oil/filter on the curb.

Visit the Republic Services website for more information.

Recycle Right Away: If you’re looking to get rid of your used oil and filter right away, you can immediately dispose it at any of the following auto part stores that are designated certified used oil collection centers. Be sure to check out these must-know disposal tips before heading out to the store!

Please note that most stores will collect up to five gallons per visit, unless otherwise indicated below. Be sure to call ahead of time to confirm hours of operation and quantities accepted. Most updated list available here on the CalRecycle website.

AutoZone #3366

  • (925) 756-1314

AutoZone #4029

  • (925) 756-6095

AutoZone #4166

  • (925) 470-4569

Firestone Store #3691

  • (925) 706-0137

Gumaro’s Auto Repair & Mufflers

  • (925) 628-0729

O’Reilly Auto Parts #2560

  • (925) 754-7626

O’Reilly Auto Parts #3220

  • (925) 755-9410

O’Reilly Auto Parts #3485

  • (925) 754-1771

Valvoline Express Care

  • (925) 754-8040
nofilter

Oil filters not accepted.

Recycle Other Toxic Waste: If you have any other automotive care products to get off your hands (i.e. antifreeze, brake fluid, car batteries, transmission fluid, etc.), you can dispose of almost any hazardous waste at the local Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility free of charge. Visit their website for a complete list of acceptable and unacceptable items.

Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

2550 Pittsburg-Antioch Hwy

Pittsburg, CA 94565

(925) 756-1990

Open Thurs, Fri, Sat from 9AM-4PM

 

HHW Drop-off Checklist:

  • Materials must be packaged in sturdy, non-leaking containers no larger than 5 gallons. Original containers are recommended.
  • Small, leaking containers can be individually placed in ziploc bags. Larger containers should be placed in separate, covered, and non-leaking containers for transport.
  • Five-gallon plastic buckets are available at most hardware stores and make good transporting containers.
  • State regulations limit the transportation of HHW to 15 gallons or 125 pounds per vehicle, per visit. Individual containers are limited to a 5-gallon capacity. There are no limitations on the number of trips per day.

PITTSBURG

pittsburg

Recycle From Home: For those of you who prefer recycling your used oil and filter without having to leave home, curbside pickup is the option for you! Here’s what you need to know about requesting curbside pickup for your used oil in Pittsburg:

Process:

  • Step 1: Contact Pittsburg Disposal Service at (925) 432-6262 or  PITCustServ@garaventaent-pit.com to request a free 6-quart oil container.
  • Step 2: Once the container is full, contact Pittsburg Disposal Service to schedule a free curbside pickup.
  • Step 3: Place the sealed container on the curb next to your recycling bin on your scheduled collection day.

Visit the Pittsburg Disposal Service website for more information.

Recycle Right Away: If you’re looking to get rid of your used oil right away, you can immediately dispose of your used oil at any of the following auto part stores that are designated certified used oil collection centers. Be sure to check out these must-know disposal tips before heading out to the store!

Please note that most store will collect up to 5 gallons per visit, unless otherwise indicated below. Call ahead of time to confirm hours of operation and quantities accepted. Most updated list available here on the CalRecycle website.

AutoZone #3343

  • (925) 252-9044

AutoZone #5310

  • (925) 709-0131

O’Reilly Auto Parts #2923

  • (925) 439-1366

Oil Changer #401

  • (925) 432-7704

Quality Tune-Up #31

  • (925) 251-8863

2145 Railroad Ave. Pittsburg, CA 94565

Up to 1 gallon accepted

The Tred Shed

  • (925) 432-3422
nofilter

Oil filters not accepted.

Recycle Other Toxic Waste: If you have any other automotive care products to get off your hands (i.e. antifreeze, brake fluid, car batteries, transmission fluid, etc.), you can dispose of almost any hazardous waste at the local Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility free of charge. Visit their website for a complete list of acceptable and unacceptable items.

 

Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

2550 Pittsburg-Antioch Hwy

Pittsburg, CA 94565

(925) 756-1990

Open Thurs, Fri, Sat from 9AM-4PM

 

HHW Drop-off Checklist:

  • Materials must be packaged in sturdy, non-leaking containers no larger than 5 gallons. Original containers are recommended.
  • Small, leaking containers can be individually placed in ziploc bags. Larger containers should be placed in separate, covered, and non-leaking containers for transport.
  • Five-gallon plastic buckets are available at most hardware stores and make good transporting containers.
  • State regulations limit the transportation of HHW to 15 gallons or 125 pounds per vehicle, per visit. Individual containers are limited to a 5-gallon capacity. There are no limitations on the number of trips per day.

BRENTWOOD

Brentwood

Recycle From Home: For those of you who prefer recycling your used oil and filter without having to leave home, curbside pickup is the option for you! Here’s what you need to know about requesting curbside pickup for your used oil in Brentwood.

Note: Curbside pickup is not available for the majority of Brentwood residents, who are serviced by The City of Brentwood. However, curbside pickup is available for residents living in the unincorporated areas of Brentwood, Byron, and Knightsen, who are serviced by Brentwood Disposal Service. For City of Brentwood residents, check the auto parts stores and the hazardous waste facility sections.

Process:

  • Step 1: Contact Brentwood Disposal Service at (925) 634-1123 or OAKCustServ@garaventaent-bwd.com to request a free 6-quart oil container.
  • Step 2: Once the container is full, contact Brentwood Disposal Service to schedule a free curbside pickup.
  • Step 3: Place the sealed container on the curb next to your recycling bin on your scheduled collection day.

Visit the Brentwood Disposal Service website or The City of Brentwood Solid Waste Division website for more information.

Recycle Right Away: If you’re looking to get rid of your used oil right away, you can immediately dispose of your used oil at any of the following auto part stores that are designated certified used oil collection centers. Be sure to check out these must-know disposal tips before heading out to the store!

Please note that most store will collect up to 5 gallons per visit, unless otherwise indicated below.  Call ahead of time to confirm hours of operation and quantities accepted. Most updated list available here on the CalRecycle website.

AutoZone # 4136

  • (925) 634-1585

Dallas Shanks & Son’s

  • (925) 634-9213

Firestone Complete Auto Care #3593

  • 925) 634-8404

O’Reilly Auto Parts #3555

  • (925) 240-6530

O’Reilly Auto Parts #3631

  • (925) 634-1899

SpeeDee Oil Change & Tune-Up

  • (925) 516-0623

7377 Brentwood Blvd Brentwood, CA 94513

Up to 10 gallons accepted

nofilter

Oil filters not accepted.

Recycle Other Toxic Waste: If you have any other automotive care products to get off your hands (i.e. antifreeze, brake fluid, car batteries, transmission fluid, etc.), you can dispose of almost any hazardous waste at the local Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility free of charge. Visit their website for a complete list of acceptable and unacceptable items.

 

Delta Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

2550 Pittsburg-Antioch Hwy

Pittsburg, CA 94565

(925) 756-1990

Open Thurs, Fri, Sat from 9AM-4PM

 

HHW Drop-off Checklist:

  • Materials must be packaged in sturdy, non-leaking containers no larger than 5 gallons. Original containers are recommended.
  • Small, leaking containers can be individually placed in ziploc bags. Larger containers should be placed in separate, covered, and non-leaking containers for transport.
  • Five-gallon plastic buckets are available at most hardware stores and make good transporting containers.
  • State regulations limit the transportation of HHW to 15 gallons or 125 pounds per vehicle, per visit. Individual containers are limited to a 5-gallon capacity. There are no limitations on the number of trips per day.

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