Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corp.
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SARRC’s mandate is to keep potentially hazardous used oil and antifreeze materials out of Saskatchewan’s landfills and environment through recycling and reuse.

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With 35 EcoCentres and nearly 150 public drop-off points, Saskatchewan has one of the best used oil and antifreeze materials recycling networks in Canada.

CLICK here for SARRC’s current annual report for more details.
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In 2018, 18.3 million litres of used oil, 1.9 million used oil filters, half a million kilograms of plastic containers and 258,000 litres of used antifreeze were recovered and recycled.

CLICK here for details in our current annual report.
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Informing Saskatchewan residents of the importance and ease of recycling used oil and antifreeze materials requires continuing communications.

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What is a Collector?

General Collection

Saskatchewan has a network of nearly 200 year-round collection facilities and EcoCentres in almost 200 communities. These are convenient drop-off points for what we call small generators. A do-it-yourself mechanic, a farmer or small business may have quantities of used oil, used antifreeze, filters and plastic containers oil/antifreeze/DEF that they can easily transport to a nearby collection facility.

Registered Collectors

Large agricultural operations, industrial, commercial, and institutional organizations are large generators with tanks or numerous drums of oil or antifreeze, drums of filters, and bags of containers. Large generators can contact any of the over 30 SARRC registered collectors, which are private-sector businesses registered to pick up used oil materials at source and transport them to over 40 government-approved processors/end users.

Return Incentives

Return Incentive (RI) provides registered collectors with an economic incentive to maximize the collection of used oil and antifreeze materials throughout Saskatchewan. The province is divided into seven (7) regions. Through the RI Freight Equalized payment, collectors are compensated based on volumes delivered and the region in which the used oil and antifreeze material was picked up.

Becoming a Registered Collector

See the Collector and Processor manual for application forms and conditions of registration, payment and operating requirements. Collector & Processor Manual

Registered Collectors helping Saskatchewan Make Every Drop Count!