BC Used Oil Management Association has announced an increase to the financial incentive rates that it pays in rural areas of BC for the collection and recycling of used plastic oil and antifreeze containers
RFP for an updated study of unaccounted used oil in British Columbia.
The objective of the study is to undertake a review and study to determine the different uses of / disposal methods for used oil that are not collected through the BCUOMA program, and the approximate quantities of used oil for each of these uses and disposal methods.
The RFP is open until Monday, August 20, 2018. Other key dates are outlined on page 2 of the attached RFP.
BCUOMA - Unaccounted Oil Study RFP - July 30 2018
Also attached for reference is:
Study - RCF Program Review March 2016
Study - Proposed Accessibility Levels Report November 2016
Study - BC Consumed in Use Report 2016
Study - BC Unaccounted Used Oil 2006
Study - BC Unaccounted Used Oil 2011
Study - Estimated Rates of Recoverable Antifreeze in Canada
Study - Filter Report 2007
On November 26th, 2014 BC Used Oil Management Association submitted its updated Stewardship Plan to the BC Ministry of Environment. BCUOMA would like to thank all the stakeholders that provided comments and input to the draft plan over the consultation period in October/November of 2014.