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Where to dispose of used radiator fluid?

Called Autozone, but they only take used motor oil, not radiator fluid.

Any idea where I can dispose of radiator fluid?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!

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Jiffy Lube, Lube Pro. Also check your local landfill and see if they accept it (they usually have tanks to put this in for recycling)

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Autozone or any other big chain store like it.
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If they want to charge you, tell them to piss off. They get $ from recycling used oil and aintifreeze

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Thanks folks. I'll try some of the Jiffy Lube type places.

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FYI Naperville fire department at rt 59 and Brookdale has a hazordous waste collection from I think it's 9-2 or something every saturday and sunday. You can despose of all sorts of car fluids. That's where I take my used oil and coolant.

http://www.naperville.il.us/hhw.aspx
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i take mine to my allstate agent and he disposes of it for me.

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Flush it down the toilet

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WHEN DISPOSING OF USED ANTIFREEZE/COOLANT:
Follow local laws and regulations. If required, dispose at facilities
licensed to accept household hazardous waste. If permitted, dispose in
sanitary sewer systems. Do not discard into storm sewers, septic
systems or onto the ground.
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You can filter your antifreeze, and buy some additives to make it new again.
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If they want to charge you, tell them to piss off. They get $ from recycling used oil and aintifreeze
We have to pay to get rid of antifreeze. They pay us for the oil.
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FYI Naperville fire department at rt 59 and Brookdale has a hazordous waste collection from I think it's 9-2 or something every saturday and sunday. You can despose of all sorts of car fluids. That's where I take my used oil and coolant.

http://www.naperville.il.us/hhw.aspx
I think you have to be a naperville resident. They always ask me for my license when I drop off recyclables.Also make sure to tell them you want the containers back.
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