Video Testimonials from Fleet Managers

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Re-refined Oil Has Half the Carbon Footprint of Virgin-based Oil
Re-refined motor oil takes 1/3 the energy to produce vs. virgin-based motor oil. Overall, re-refined oil has half the carbon footprint of virgin-based oil. Statements from James Collins, Chief Fleet Manager, County of Sacramento, and Richard Schoensiegel, President Rosemead Oil Products.




U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Military Use Re-refined Oil
The U.S. Postal Service and the U.S. Military use re-refined oil in their vehicle fleets. Even under grueling conditions, re-refined oil is a true performer for large fleet organizations. Statements from Mark Mitchell, President Coast Oil Co., and Richard Schoensiegel, President Rosemead Oil Products.




Crude Oil From the Ground is Filled with Impurities
Oil industry experts discuss the myth that virgin-based oil is somehow as pure as spring water. In reality, right out of the ground, it is full of impurities that could harm an engine if not refined. Both virgin based oil and re-refined oil are refined to the same high standards set by the American Petroleum Institute. Statements from Timothy G. Plax, Ph.D., a professor at CSU Long Beach and Richard Schoensiegel, President of Rosemead Oil Products.




Re-refined Oil is Competitively Priced
California fleet managers discuss how re-refined oil is priced competitively with virgin-based oil and in some cases is cheaper. Statements from James Collins, Chief Fleet Manager, County of Sacramento, Terence Kyaw, Fleet Manager, City of Redwood City, and Rick Longobart, Fleet Superintendent, City of Inglewood.



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