Lamp Oil Disposal?

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Lamp oil is a liquid petroleum product that is designed to burn cleanly in brass and glass oil lamps, torches and lanterns. For lamp oil disposal, contact your local municipality to inquire about disposing of the kerosene. You may receive information that enables you to take the kerosene to a hazardous waste facility for disposal. Follow the recommendations you receive.
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Many cities / counties offer hazardous waste disposal sites. Check to see if there's one in your area.
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Take it to Wal-mart.auto Dept.They have a container they will let you dispose of oil. Source(s) Mech.
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For small amounts of cooking oil, you can just put it in a jar or container and throw it in the trash. If you have large amounts and what to recycle it, you can ask a restaurant nearby
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1. Unscrew the non-working halogen bulb from your lamp. Also unplug the lamp in preparation for disposal. 2. Wrap the halogen bulb in newspaper. Then place the halogen bulb in two
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