Due to massive amount of waste plastics in different dumpsites, our community suffers and also the environment. Thus, affects nearby people with problems with plastic wastes. One of the processes to lessen these wastes is through pyrolysis of which fuel oil can be produced. The study involved the production of fuel oil from waste plastics taken from the Payatas dump site in Quezon City, Philippines. After thorough cleaning, the waste plastics were shredded thru mechanical means and underwent pyrolysis. Given the available thermal chamber facility in ITDI-DOST in Taguig City, Philippines, pyrolysis of waste plastics produced fuel oil in varying per cent yield from the different types of plastic. Characterization of the oil sample was conducted such as ash content, carbon residue, copper corrosion strip, flash point, pour point, sulfur, kinematic viscosity, specific gravity water and sediments that were based from the PNS/DOE QS 006-2005. The oil sample was analyzed using different laboratory tests following the methods of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Using this standards, the analysis of the oil sample gave the positive results in comparison to the specifications set by the Philippine National Standard and was classified as fuel oil. Pyrolytic oil from waste plastic can be an alternative fuel source.