Because bleach and pool chlorine are COMPLETELY different ... as anyone who takes the RTD/PSC* training knows.fritz614 said:Why would they take one and not the other?
Good idea...in theoryJohnT said:
Underlined is not universally true. This depends on your local recycling center. My town ONLY accepts oil in containers that they keep. My county accepts oil either way and they will keep original containers. I have to ask to get my big one back when I use it or they'll keep that. Since the town is open M-F and the county only once a month on the first Saturday, I do all my oil in the original containers. I still have to go to the county for coolant, as the town doesn't do that.kj5kb said:Good idea...in theoryJohnT said:
Not to derail the thread...but...it's WAY easier to drain all the used oil into a 5 gallon container for bulk recycling. And the local places that recycle used oil make you take back your containers anyway..
The household bleach I buy has plastic sleeves for labels...I cut those off and reuse the rinsed bottles as containers or recycle 'em
Havent seen liquid pool chlorine around here, (Cleveland OH) but trash co (Republic) hasn't said it's a problem.