I'm fairly new at doing fluid swaps on my own, my dad always used to help me and he would take care of recycling all the old fluids. Never really paid attention to how he did it but come to find out... he separated them so they didn't mix so that they can be recycled, who would have thought. Didn't really think this one through when doing my fluid changes and found out the hard way when I googled "how to recycle used automotive fluids" So now I'm stuck with a few containers of used automotive fluids that aren't separated. Brake fluid, engine coolant, oil, ATF, all in the same containers. In hindsight it's pretty "duh" that they would need to be separated but hey gotta learn somehow. What is the correct way to dispose of the fluids now that they're mixed? I read that I might need to contact my local hazardous waste facility. On my local waste facility's website they list all the different fluids that they take but it doesn't say if they can be mixed or not. They're not open again until Tuesday but in the interim I was hoping someone here could advise.