We constantly get questions on how to recycle Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) and Diesel Oxidation Catalysts (DOCs) from individual diesel-powered pickup trucks. Whether you have one or hundreds, this article and video should help you find reputable recyclers.
Across the U.S., local scrap yards and recyclers work with individuals to buy and recycle single DPFs and DOCs from pickup trucks.
- Most DPF and DOC parts are worth far more than scrap metal ($0.10/pound for scrap metal vs. $5/pound for a DPF and $20/pound for a DOC)
- Red Fox Resources does not work with individuals or pay cash for scrap parts
- Red Fox Resources only works with businesses to recycle 15 or more parts per lot
- Some recyclers work with and recycle individual pickup truck DPFs and DOCs (see below)
Red Fox Only Works with Businesses
Although Red Fox is a leading recycler of scrap diesel emission control parts, we only work with businesses who are looking to process large quantities of DPF and DOCs (usually 15+ parts at a time).
- Truck fleets
- OEM truck dealers (Peterbilt, Kenworth, Navistar, Volvo/Mack, Freightliner, etc.)
- Independent truck repair shops
- OEM heavy equipment dealers (Caterpillar, Komatsu, Deere, Volvo, Hitachi, etc.)
Recycling Sources for Pickup Truck DPFs
For recycling of individual DPF and DOC parts from pickup trucks, please contact one of the following companies for assistance:
- DPF Alternatives: https://dpfalternatives.com/ (Nationwide Locations)
- LKQ Pick Your Part: https://www.lkqpickyourpart.com/ (Nationwide Locations)
- DPF Recycler: https://dpfrecycler.com/ (Pennsylvania)
- DPF 360: https://dpf360.com/pages/ash-recycling (Alabama)
- Rockaway Recycling: https://rrcats.com/ (New Jersey)