Responsibly disposing of fluids and waste
Im pretty sure i already know the answer to this, i just wanted to hear from you all about your opinions.
How do you guys dispose of hazardous waste in a home shop? Oil is easy enough, just run it down to Advance Auto and pour it in their collection tank. But other fluids are not as easy. im thinking like kerosene for cleaning high precision bearings, highly caustic parts washer fluids, coolant fluids, paint thinner, acetone, etc. how do you all dispose of them?
my current thought is to get a 35 gallon drum and find some kind of disposal company but i wanted your thoughts.
Why buy one for $300 when i can BUILD one for $25 in materials, (and $1000 in tools)