• Brownhall, Balla, Co. Mayo, Ireland F23 VY45

OIL FILTER RECYCLING

Old oil and unused paint are hazardous wastes which must be recycled properly and not washed down the drain wheras the steel used in these products is a valuable and recyclable material. A PEL Oil Filter crusher allows the correct segregation of these two waste streams at the point of production and will generate savings on the disposal costs of these materials.

OIL FILTER PRODUCT OPTIONS

The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment Oil Filter crushers allow the quick and efficient reduction of waste oil filter and paint can volume by a factor of up to 5:1, reducing the disposal cost of the waste filters and paint cans and creating a cleaner and safer working environment.

The PEL Oil Filter Crusher reduces waste automotive oil filter and paint can volumes by up to 5:1 and saves on resultant disposal costs.

The PEL Heavy Duty Oil Filter Crusher reduces the volumes of larger waste automotive & truck oil filters & paint cans by up to 5:1 & saves on the resultant disposal costs.

OIL FILTER RECYCLING FACTS

• An oil filter is made of three basic items: paper, steel and plastic

• All of these items are recyclable when sent to the proper recycling outlet

• Old motor oil can be refined, reconditioned or reprocessed to become usable again

• Oil filters that are not recycled must be managed as fully regulated hazardous waste

• Lubrication properties of motor oil persist & it can be recycled indefinitely

What our Clients sayAbout PEL Waste Reduction Equipment

  • Niall Kelly

    Niall Kelly

    Regional Procurement Manager | Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

    The PEL Waste Reduction Equipment range of bin compactors, balers and bottle crushers have generated significant waste disposal cost savings and increased staff efficiencies across the Rezidor Hotel Group over the course of the last 4 years. I have no hesitation in recommending PEL’s range of equipment.

  • Jamie Williams

    Jamie Williams

    Director Assurance EY Galway

    Fantastic to see an innovative Irish product on the streets of Galway. Designed and manufactured by one of our clients and EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Ireland alumni. Congrats Tommy Griffith!

  • Capt. Brian Sheridan

    Capt. Brian Sheridan

    Harbour Master & Pilotage Superintendent

    All in all, I couldn't be happier with the PEL bins and with a reduction of 8 man hours per week it's like getting an extra days productivity for free and am happy to proceed with PEL solar compact bins at the Port of Galway.

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