Diamond Bar Oil Recycling

Courtesy City of Diamond Bar


Diamond Bar –The City has kicked off its Oil Recycling Campaign by alerting residents of the 3 easy disposal methods for residents.

With curbside, door pickup and local drop off services, the campaign aims to raise awareness by way of public outreach efforts, messages in a variety of media, and distribution of free oil recycling kits.

Free Oil Recycling Kits
Funded with a grant from CalRecycle, the free oil recycling kits consist of a funnel, zip-lock bag, two shop towels, loop filter wrench, and drain pan/storage container that holds 15 quarts (the equivalent amount of three oil changes).

The kits will be distributed to Diamond Bar residents and include a used oil drain container, a funnel, shop rags, and filterdisposal bags. Kits are available at city hall, located at 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar.

Two Free & Convenient Disposal Methods
Once the container is filled, residents should transfer the used oil into a clean plastic container with lid such as a milk jug, and dispose of it through one of the following two free methods:

Scheduling a pickup with waste hauler:

  • Single Family residents contact Waste Management – curbside  (800.266.7551)
  • Condos, Apartments, and Commercial residents contact Valley Vista Services – (800.442.6454)

Dropping off at a State-certified collection center*:

  • AutoZone – 303 S Diamond Bar Boulevard (909.396.4682)
  • Firestone Store – 1150 S Grand Avenue (909.861.4140)
  • Jiffy Lube – 2845 S Diamond Bar Boulevard (909.869.7273)

*Calling the centers before taking oil and filters is recommended.

Did you know?

  • Motor oil doesn’t wear out, it just gets dirty; it can be cleaned of contaminants and recycled indefinitely.
  • Oil filters contain steel, a valuable nonrenewable resource, and can be crushed and recycled into other products.
  • No other substances should ever be allowed to mix with used oil because contamination by other chemicals may mean the used oil cannot be recycled.
  • Motor oil that washes into storm drains can create a film on the surface of waterways, depriving aquatic life of necessary sunlight and oxygen.


“RECYCLING MADE EASY – Used Oil & Used Oil Filter” campaign – Contact the City’s Public Information Office at 909.839.7055.

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