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Universal Lubricants Retails ECO ULTRA Recycled Motor Oil on Amazon.com

Produced domestically at the company’s re-refinery, ECO ULTRA is an American Petroleum Institute (API) certified motor oil that has one of the highest percentages of recycled oil content while meeting Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) requirements and current vehicle manufacturers’ specifications, according to the company.

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WICHITA, Kan. — Universal Lubricants has launched a campaign to bring its high-performance, recycled ECO ULTRA motor oil to drivers across the country by retailing the product at Amazon.com. Produced domestically at the company’s re-refinery, ECO ULTRA is an American Petroleum Institute (API) certified motor oil that has one of the highest percentages of recycled oil content while meeting Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) requirements and current vehicle manufacturers’ specifications, according to the company.

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"As American car owners, we each take great pride in the unique natural landscapes we drive through on a daily basis, but share the finite oil reserves that fuel our transportation, no matter what state we’re in. Now, given ECO ULTRA’s widespread availability on Amazon.com, we each have the opportunity to choose a re-refined motor oil that promises to preserve our greatest national heirloom — the environment — and also join a collective effort to conserve oil supplies and reduce dependency on foreign exporters," said John Wesley, CEO of Universal Lubricants. "ECO ULTRA has met an encouraging reception in the professional installer market, and we expect similarly encouraging results when introduced to DIY consumers, who are ready for a cleaner, greener motor oil choice."

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The U.S. produces approximately 1.3 billion gallons of used oil each year, and only 10 percent of it is re-refined, according to Universal Lubricants. The overwhelming remainder of used oil is either improperly disposed of (damaging the environment) or burned as an industrial fuel. Universal Lubricants says it is working to reverse this trend.

Utilizing a closed-loop process, Universal Lubricants collects used oil from the government and private business such as auto parts stores, dealerships, service stations and oil change centers across the U.S. The company then transports that oil to what the company says is one of the world’s most technologically advanced re-refineries, located in Wichita, Kan., where it undergoes a hydro-treating process to remove the water, fuel and solvents as well as metals, asphalt flux and other heavy contaminants. The purified, Grade II base stock oil is then blended with high-performance additives to make API certified ECO ULTRA products.

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To purchase Universal Lubricants’ ECO ULTRA motor oil, go to: www.amazon.com; keywords: ECO ULTRA.

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