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EcoPower is recycled and refined from reclaimed motor oil so it’s great for your engine and the environment.
Compared to conventional motor oil, it takes up to 85% less energy to produce EcoPower. This process transforms motor oil into a renewable resource and helps keep oil where it belongs—in vehicles and out of the environment.Learn more
EcoPower protects all your vital engine parts. It also meets or exceeds the toughest North American standards for engine protection. It’s no wonder the same lubricants are used by some of the largest commercial fleets and US combat vehicles around the world.Learn more
EcoPower is made using a closed-loop process where used oil is collected, recycled, refined and returned to market. This helps preserve our limited natural resources, plus it reduces our dependence on foreign oil.Learn more
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For the most part, we all know oil to be black. Or black gold, in some circles. That said, green oil has entered the market as a solution for those looking to reduce carbon emissions and carbon footprints.
Can offering eco-friendly motor oil – motor oil that’s been re-refined from reclaimed motor oil in a closed-loop process that takes 85 percent less energy to produce than conventional oils made from crude – benefit both your business and the earth? All signs point to yes. With an increasing number of consumers actively seeking out green products and services, particularly in the automotive category, offering an eco-friendly motor oil that doesn't skimp on performance such as EcoPower, can help your business stand out from the pack while improving the public opinion of your company.
Without a doubt, injecting a substantial amount of “green” into commercial vehicle fleet operations while maintaining high standards of performance can be daunting. Where does a fleet manager begin? Making the switch to engine oil that is recycled and refined from reclaimed oil is one tried and true way a fleet manager can do their part in minding Mother Nature – with no compromise in performance or quality.
Tesla. Prius. Leaf. Volt. These names ring a bell? All are popular hybrid-electric and fully electric vehicles synonymous with reduced environmental footprints – or environmental tire marks, if you will – achieved through the decreased emission of climate change-causing carbon dioxide and other tailpipe pollutants, high fuel economies, and less of a reliance on foreign fossil fuels.