Check with your local service station or motor vehicle salvage yard to see if they will accept your antifreeze for recycling. Chain stores are unlikely to accept it, but smaller locations may. Call in advance before dropping off.


If this product is still usable, give it to someone who can use it. This effort has the added bonus of spreading good will!  Click here for links to reuse options.

Also, clean, used anti-freeze may be used as a substitute for the water that would normally be used to dilute new antifreeze.


OCRRA accepts this material during Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Offs. You must make a reservation in advance.

While OCRRA provides this service for free, in reality, it costs about $50 per vehicle, to safely manage these materials!

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Offs are just one of the many great services OCRRA provides our community. OCRRA's services are predominantly funded by trash disposal fees and the revenue generated by the sale of electricity at the Waste-to-Energy Facility.

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