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What Is Considered “Oil”?

Any oil in any form, such as crude oil, vegetable oil (oils from seeds, nuts, fruits, or kernels), and other oils and greases, including synthetic and mineral oils, are considered “oils.”

Examples of crude oils include:

Refined petroleum products (gasoline & diesel fuel)

Sludge

Waste oil

Oil emulsions

Lube oils

Grease

Fats, oils, or greases from animal, fish, or marine mammal origin

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