Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corp.
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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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Each summer, SARRC’s branded canopy tent is at various events throughout the province. Enjoy the restored old cars and learn about used oil and antifreeze materials recycling from our Ambassadors.

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Auntie Freeze and Mr. Oil Drop, SARRC’s mascots, are on hand for the 2017 cheque presentation to the Safe Drinking Water Foundation at a Humboldt school. SARRC supports the Foundation on an on-going basis.

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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.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Waste Reduction Week: October 16-22, 2017

What is a Processor?

All the used oil and antifreeze materials collected in Saskatchewan’s industry-led stewardship program are recycled and reused.

Over 40 government-approved processors receive the four waste streams picked up by registered collectors.

  • Used oil is re-refined to lubricant quality. It is also used as industrial heating oil or reprocessed into other petroleum products.
  • Used antifreeze is reprocessed into new antifreeze.
  • Filters are processed at steel recycling mills and turned into other metal products such as construction rebar, angle iron and pipe.
  • Plastic containers are recycled into new containers, plastic durable goods such as flower pots, pipe, guardrail posts, fencing and patio furniture.

Click here for the current list of processors and the used oil materials they accept and recycle. Some processors are also registered collectors.

Processors helping Saskatchewan Make Every Drop Count!