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    How much used oil can I recycle?
    As much as 30-gallons of used oil can be taken for recycling per month except in the state of Illinois or Utah when the amount is limted to 5-gallons of used oil per day.

    What container size can I use?
    Please use a 5-gallon container or lesser-sized container to return used oil.

    Can I recycle used oil at all Tractor Suppply Stores?
    Tractor Supply offers recycling for DIY Oil (Do-It-Yourself) in all states except California, Connecticut, Wisconsin or Hawaii.

    What type of used oil can I recycle?
    Tractory Supply can accept used motor, hydraulic and gear oil. In addition, we can accept transmission and power steering fluids.

    Can I recycle other fluids?
    No, we cannot recycle gasoline, kerosene, paint, break fluid, oil filters, any oil contaminated with solvents or other materials. 

    Please check the store services page for a store near you

    Did you know?

    • Oil can be recycled indefinitely. Tractor Supply collects aproximately 100,000 gallons of used oil each year from customers- let's work together to recycle more!
    • A small amount of oil can cause a lot of pollution. Just one gallon of oil can contaminate up to 1 million gallons of drinking water.
    • It takes 42 gallons of crude oil, but only 1 gallon of used oil, to produce 2.5 quarts of new, high-quality lubricating oil.
    • Oil re-refining is the greenest way to recycle, reducing the production of greenhouse gases by 85% and heavy metal emissions by up to 99.5% as compared to burning used oil as fuel.
    • An estimated 60% of used oil remains uncollected annually in the United States. Do your part to go green and help the environment by always recycling your used oil.
    • Recycling two gallons of oil can generate enough electricity to power a household for 24 hours (According to the American Petroleum Institute).