So mix it with legal fuel if you are paranoid, a few gallons at a time.
I highly doubt even the state excise cops would give a rat's ass about a
one-time expedient disposal of some salvage heating oil. They are only
concerned with farmers and businesses that have fuel-oil powered heat,
like out in the barns out back, and replumb the tank to run their
over-the-road trucks off of it.
It's a win-win for the state. It would cost them millions to remediate
if you dump it out back, or down a sewer. The five bucks in taxes they
lose is nothing by comparision. Unless you piss them off, most field
enforcement people do have discretion to use common sense.
I know you think it's weird, but you've got to think outside the jar. Since
I started putting lawn clippings down the storm drain, it's not backed up at
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