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Top Collector Awards

The BC Used Oil Management Association recently launched a brand new recognition program for registered RCFs as a way of honouring our “Top Collectors” on an annual basis. 

Criteria used to determine the top collectors includes:

  • total amount of used oil, oil filters, oil containers, antifreeze and antifreeze containers collected at the location
  • total number of years participating in BCUOMA’s RCF Program
  • demonstration of continued support of BCUOMA and other recycling stewardship related programs.

2019 Top 30 Collectors

The 30 BC RCFs who received ‘Top Collector’ recognition from BCUOMA for 2019 are:

  • Ridge Meadows Recycling Society
  • Hartland Landfill
  • Jepson Petroleum Ltd. (Williams Lake)
  • Petro Canada (Prince Rupert – Marina)
  • Bings Creek Recycling Centre
  • Jepson Petroleum Ltd. (Quesnel)
  • Desert Cardlock Fuel Services Ltd (Kamloops)
  • Mission Recycling Depot
  • Mr. Lube #159 (Coquitlam)
  • Castle Fuels (2008) Inc. (100 Mile House)
  • Hallmark Ford Sales Ltd
  • Castle Fuels (2008) Inc. (Kamloops)
  • Great Canadian Oil Change (Kelowna)
  • Interior Freight & Bottle Depot Ltd. (Vernon)
  • Petro Canada (Terrace)
  • Ernie’s Used Auto Parts
  • Lower Nicola Eco-Depot (TNRD)
  • GFL Environmental (Langford)
  • Parksville Bottle and Recycling Depot
  • Foothills Boulevard Regional Landfill
  • Semiahmoo Bottle Depot
  • Great Canadian Oil Change (Langley)
  • Chilliwack Bottle Depot
  • District of Summerland Landfill
  • Comox Valley Waste Management Centre (Cumberland)
  • Desert Cardlock Fuel Services Ltd (Kelowna)
  • Mobil 1 Lube Express – Langley 64 Ave
  • Columbia Fuels (Sechelt)
  • Fort St John Co-op Association – 100 Ave
  • Peerless Road Recycling Centre

“We are extremely proud of these 30 BC used oil recycling facilities that received the ‘Top Collector’ award. They all took the necessary steps to ensure that their used oil recycling infrastructure is easy to use, convenient and environmentally friendly. Many of the organizations applied for and received RCF infrastructure grants, which provided them with modified sea containers to facilitate the responsible collection and management of used oil, antifreeze, filters and containers” said David Lawes, Executive Director, BC Used Oil Management Association. “We launched the ‘Top Collectors’ recognition program to thank the dedicated RCF operators for participating in our program, and to create enthusiasm amongst the RCF staff for doing what can sometimes be a messy job.”