Our facility is designed for the safe and efficient recycling, reclaiming, and treatment of; waste oil, oily wastewater, and other hydrocarbon liquids. From this waste we produce reclaimed fuels and lubricants.
Petromax will pickup and/or process used oil and oily wastewaters. Drop off: Petromax is a state designated drop off center. At no charge residents or businesses can drop off their used oil. Whether it is 1 quart or 7000 gallons we are here to service your needs
Petromax provides pickup and delivery services with professional drivers at your convenience. Services are available by appointment to meet your businesses needs!
Petromax filtration and treatment processes produce high quality water that can be used for drilling and other industrial uses. Conveniently located off of route 79 and 376 water delivery is just right around the corner!
For more than 30 years, Petromax has provided quality oil recycling, waste treatment, consulting, design, and manufacturing services to a diverse group of industrial, manufacturing, and automotive customers.
Our facility is conveniently located in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, with easy access to Route 79 and Route 376.
Petromax was founded in 1980 and is proud to be locally owned and operated. Petromax has established itself as the region's expert in oil recycling. Petromax understands the needs of its customers and has a long reputation of being the most reliable and cost effective company in the industry.
Petromax does more than recycle oil. Petromax’s owners and staff have over 70 years of industrial and environmental engineering experience, including system design, development, permitting, and processing. We work closely with the regulatory agencies and policy makers to fully understand the continually evolving environmental laws and regulations that apply to our facility and our customers' businesses.
“Over 35 million gallons of used motor oil are generated each year in Pennsylvania.....Used motor oil can be refined and reused” “If recycled, the oil could save about a half million barrels of crude oil each year…”
“Improperly disposed, used motor oil affects the environment, including wildlife, vegetation, surface water and drinking water supplies.”
-Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection