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What happens to the recycled products ?


The used oil is refined, reprocessed into regenerated lubricating oil used as industrial burner fuel and other products.


Used oil filters are processed into structural metal shapes for the manufacturing of industrial and agricultural products.

Plastic containers

Used plastic oil/antifreeze/DEF containers and pails are recycled into industrial posts, railroad crossings, plastic pipes and composite construction products.

Antifreeze (Glycols)

Used antifreeze is reprocessed back into reusable antifreeze.

Aerosol Containers

Used aerosol containers are depressurized, compressed and melted to make new metal elements useful in the manufacture of agricultrural and industrial products.

Lastest News

Summer office hours

Please note that UOMA-Atlantic has changed its office hours for the summer period. From Friday, July 8 to Friday, August 19, 2022, our offices will be closing at 2PM on Fridays. During that period, our office hours will be as [...]

A new Oil and Glycol Recycling Program in Nova Scotia

Instead of sending used oil in landfills and harming the environment, a new program is now helping people safely dispose of them, along with used glycol (antifreeze), oil filters, containers (oil, glycol (antifreeze) and DEF), aerosol cans for lubricants and [...]

New Regulation in Nova Scotia

A new regulation similar to the ones in force in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador and in Quebec now requires Brand Owners to collect and process the following products in the province of the Nova Scotia : Oils; [...]

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