might as well reuse the stuff that good enough eh? this would allow you guys to conserve right along w/synthetic users. the price is competitive w/ reg convention oils as well. any takers?
Your post is unclear...are you saying that synthetic is better? Are you saying that EcoPower is synthetic? From the link:
What if my vehicle requires synthetic oil? Can I use EcoPower?
EcoPower is not a synthetic. Follow the vehicle manufacturer's recommendations when selecting motor oil.
I was hoping it would say where they get the used oil and how they know that it is what they think it is, but I guess they figure that describing the distillation and refining process covers any of those concerns.
Anyway, cool stuff, though IMO a better way to use used oil would be to filter it and mix it into diesel fuel...it would displace the same amount of crude oil drilling with less energy used to re-refine it.
Most used motor oil already ends up being burned in ships, power plants, and building heating.
I wouldn't have a problem using recycled oil. The lubricating properties of oil aren't used up. You change it to get rid of all the particles the filter missed, and replace the additives that do get used up.
Your post is unclear...are you saying that synthetic is better? Are you saying that EcoPower is synthetic?
it is NOT synthetic. i'm trying to convey, if someone is confident in using conventional oil, why not use recycled oil. furthermore, it would put the use of conventional on pace w/ synthetics in respect to conservation efforts.