Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corp.
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SARRC’s current Annual Report provides a comprehensive look at the program’s operations. The colourful special insert in the Report highlights the multitude of communications used to reach SARRC’s recycling audiences.

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Valuable, non-renewable resources continue to be recovered, recycled and reused in Saskatchewan thanks to the used oil and antifreeze materials recycling program.

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SARRC’s 34 purpose-built EcoCentres received a facelift that included animal decals with the “Mother Nature thanks you! message on their doors and new operational signage.

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How the West & East Were OneThis is the excellent story of Canada’s unique and successful industry-led stewardship program that facilitates the recovery, recycling and reused of used oil and antifreeze materials.

This bibliography provides documents referenced in the How the West and East Were One booklet and video published August 2015.

“How the West and East Were One” Bibliography

  1. Code of Practice for Used Oil Management in Canada; CCME-TS/WM-TRE006E; August 1989.
  2. Canadian Petroleum Products Institute (CPPI) Used Oil Action Plan: Final Report by the CPPI Task Force Board Committee; March 20, 1990.
  3. CPPI National Used Oil Workshop Agenda and Participants; Montreal, QC; October 22 — 24, 1991.
  4. Final Proceedings: CPPI National Used Oil Workshop; Montreal, QC; October 22 -24, 1991.
  5. Product Stewardship Proposal; Western Canada Used Oil/Container/ Filter Task Force; June 1, 1994.
  6. Saskatchewan Waste Management Advisory Group Proposal on Used Oil Waste Management in Saskatchewan; Saskatchewan Waste Management Advisory Group; July 18, 1994.
  7. Used Oil/Containers/Filters Industry Management Program in Western Canada; OECD Workshop, Extended and Shared Responsibility for Products; Washington, DC; December 1, 1998.
  8. Economic and Environmental Performance of Alberta’s Used Oil Program — A Discussion Paper Prepared for Environment Canada by the Corporate Link Management Consultants; OECD Workshop on the Economics of Extended Producer Responsibility; Tokyo, Japan; December 10 — 11, 2002.
  9. Used Oil Management Associations Program Review Final Report; Bearing Point; April 27, 2005.
  10. Used Oil, Filter, Antifreeze & Container Recycling Program Manual for Collectors and Processors; Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corporation; July 1, 2015.