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oil used to lubricate the moving parts of a motor

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There are mechanics in the area and they tend to pour used car oil in the rainwater, which makes streets like a swamp," she concluded.
It is great to see that as a nation we are confident with checking car oil and we are surprised to see it beat so many everyday activities in terms of consumer confidence," said Dan McGoldrick, Field Marketing Advisor UK, Nordic and Benelux for ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialities, makers of Mobil 1.
Also available are automatic car-wash and car oil change services.
granulous material (2%), and/or one each of the following: thorns, splinters, rotting wood fungus, Styrofoam, glass, car oil, nails, and gel.
Earlier, AGAS Lubes director Eric D'souza said the amount of oil in one car oil change could ruin an entire day's water supply in a place like Bahrain and, if not properly managed, could pollute land and water resources and pose severe hazards to health and the environment.
spare parts and car oil, Director of the Imports Committee in Gaza Raed
Storm drain runoff flooded the ocean with trash and contaminates like car oil that seep into the feathers of the pelicans, loosening the natural seal that keeps water from reaching the bird's bodies.
STUDENTS will be converting cooking oil to car oil thanks to a pounds 1,500 grant.
Waste oil from nearly three million car oil changes in Britain is not collected.
Waste oil from nearly 3m car oil changes is not collected.
For other items, hazardous waste arises at the end of their lives, such as car oil and CFCs.
Said the report: "Car ownership levels have risen by 100 per cent or more in many countries since 1973, and while car engines have become more efficient over the years, cars have also become bigger, heavier and more powerful", limiting fuel efficiency improvements and growing car oil use by almost 50 per cent between 1973 and 1998.
David Kendal Williams taught English; he was a dapper little man in a brown check suit, his hair was dark and crinkly and his eyes were the colour of Duckhams 20/50 car oil.
He used to change car oil and tyres in his day job before turning out for Clydebank on Saturdays.
The next year, it received an order for the finished assembly work for a special police car oil cooler.