Recycling & Waste


Legal Considerations

It is illegal to place brake fluid, motor oil, oil filters, power steering fluid or transmission fluid in the trash, on the ground, in water, down a sewer, or in the storm drain.


Drain any oil and gas from the engine and remove all non-metal parts before recycling. Automobile fluids are accepted at a household hazardous waste collection site for free.

Bring drained engines to a disposal company listed below. Call to verify items accepted, hours and fees.

Disposal Companies

Waste Management (formerly Advanced Disposal)
309 Como Ave.
Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55103


Metal parts can be recycled as scrap metal.