Dispose of your car Oil Filter

Oil Filter: Proper disposal

AUTODOC recommends protecting the environment and disposing of used parts properly
Car Oil filters recycling
Oil Filter: disposal recommendations
A used oil filter can cause serious damage to the environment if the toxic substances it contains enter the atmosphere, soil, or groundwater.
  • Consumer disposal options
    Please note! Failure to comply with environmental, health, and safety requirements when handling production and consumption waste can lead to a fine or other penalty, up to and including criminal prosecution.
  • Industrial disposal regulations
    A used oil filter can be returned to the seller (free of charge), or handed over to a garage or to a specialised service. Disposing of the part with household waste is strictly prohibited!
This product cannot be reused
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