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Used Oil Recycling

In 1984 the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) implemented a used oil management program under Sections 403.75 through 403.769, Florida Statutes. Florida’s Used Oil Recycling Program has grown to become one of the most successful in the United States and has received national recognition.

Annual Used Oil Registration and Renewal Information


Currently Registered Used Oil Handlers (Transporters)

This list provides general information on Used Oil Handlers registered through June 30th of each year with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. This list does not account for insurance expiration date being past, as that is updated only upon re-registration which occurs by 30 June of each year

Public Used Oil Collection Centers (PUOCC)

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection encourages Floridians to protect natural resources and underground drinking water supplies by properly disposing used motor oil at public collection centers throughout the state.

Recycling and properly disposing of used oil will prevent contamination of Florida's water. The department's world-class used oil recycling program provides Floridians with a simple and effective way to dispose of used oil – free of charge.

Nationwide, approximately 200 million gallons of used oil are dumped on the ground or poured into storm drains every year. Improperly disposed oil can contaminate drinking water and harm aquatic animal and plant life. Just five gallons of motor oil can render 1 million gallons of water undrinkable. The oil can also create a film on top of rivers and lakes, depriving aquatic plant life of necessary sunlight and nutrients.

Statewide, only 35 percent of the more than 7 million gallons of motor oil used annually is recycled. FDEP strives to prevent environmental damage by encouraging Floridians to recycle used oil at one of the Public Used Oil Collection Centers located throughout the state. In 2008, Florida's nationally recognized Public Used Oil Collection Centers successfully recycled 2,302,169 gallons of used oil.

Annual PUOCC Registration and Renewal Information

Public Used Oil Collection Centers

This is a list of collection centers that accept used oil from the public. It is searchable by county, zip code or city.


Links of Interest

Federal Used Oil Management Rule

Related Links


Send an email to the Used Oil Recycling Coordinator at or call 850-245-8789

Last Modified:
October 13, 2017 - 10:05am

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