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Used Oil Section
Protect the public and the environment from exposure to contamination caused by the improper treatment, storage and disposal of used oil.
The Division's goals are to eliminate, or reduce, the obstacles to proper collection and disposal of do-it-yourselfer (DIYer) used oil, (i.e., used oil generated through household activities, including maintenance of personal vehicles) through a broad and extensive public education program, and by making used oil collection centers more accessible, and to maintain pertinent standards and regulations that apply to oil handlers including generators, transporters, processors, re-refiners, burners, and marketers.
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Used Oil Recycling Program
Used Oil Collection Centers by County
County Specific General Recycling Programs
Used Oil Application, Registration and Other Forms
Application for Used Oil Collection Center
Registration for Used Oil Fuel Marketer
Permit Application for Off-specification Used Oil Fuel Burners
Permit Application for Used Oil Processors and Re-refiners
Permit Application for Used Oil Transporters
Permit Application for Used OIl Transfer Facilities
Used Oil Financial Assurance Forms
Annual Report Forms
Annual Report Guidelines
Surety Bond guaranteeing payment into a Standby Trust Agreement Trust Fund
Irrevocable Standby Lletter of Credit with Standby Trust Agreement
Insurance Endorsement of Clean-up and Closure
Form 17.6 Used Oil Transporter Pollution Liability Endorsement for Sudden Occurrence
Form 17.7 Used Oil Pollution Liability Endorsement for Sudden Occurrences
Form 17.8 Used Oil Pollution Liability Endorsement for Non-Sudden Occurrences
Form 17.9 Used Oil Pollution Liability Endorsement for Sudden and Non-Sudden Occurrences
Form 17.10 Letter of Credit for Third-Party damages from Environmental Pollution Liability with Optional Standby Trust Agreement to be used by Transfer/Processor/Re-Refiner/Off-Specification Burner Facility
Form 17.11 Payment Bond for Third-Party damages from Environmental Pollution Liability to be used by Transfer/Processor/Re-Refiner/Off-Specification Burner Facility
Form 17.12 Trust Agreement for Third-Party damages from Environmental Pollution Liability to be used by Transfer/Processor/Re-Refiner/Off-specification Burner Facility
Form 17.13 Standby Trust Agreement, if and when applicable to certain Financial Mechanisms associated with Thirds-Party damages from Environmental Pollution Liability requiring a Standby Trust Agreement to be used by Transfer/Processor/Re-Refiner/Off-Specification Burner Facility.
Form 17.14 Standby Trust Agreement, if and when applicable to certain Financial Mechanisms requiring a Standby Trust Agreement, other than Liability, to be used by Transfer/Processor/Re-Refiner/Off-Specification Burner Facility
2013 inflation factor is 1.01767.
Used Oil Financial Forms
Used Oil Rules & Statute
Standards for the Management of Used Oil
Used Oil Management Act (Title 19, Chapter 6, Sections 701-723)
Permitted and Registered Used Oil Facilities
Re-Refiners and Processors
Used Oil Program Information
Utah's Used Oil Program
Fact Sheets and Guidance Documents
Cleanup and Closure of Used Oil Facilities
Guidance for Cleanup and Closure of Used Oil Facilities
Used Oil Terminology
What is Used Oil?
Used Oil Generators
Used Oil Specifications
When is Used Oil Regulated as a Hazardous Waste?
Tracking the Program
Where Does Used Oil Come From?
Why Have a Used Oil Program?
Used Oil Inspections, Enforcement, and Prohibited Practices
Program Funding and Priorities
Used Oil Statistics
Outreach and Training
In conjunction with the section's outreach program, Scott Hopkins (801-536-0235) is available to do basic used oil and pollution prevention training for businesses, community groups, professional organizations and schools (all levels).
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For more information about the Used Oil Program, please contact Deborah Ng (801-536-0218).