Cranbrook facility receives infrastructure upgrade• News
Great Canadian Oil Change in Cranbrook recently received a grant from BCUOMA that provided them with additional infrastructure including a drum locker and four 205 litre drums to be used for the responsible collection and storage of returned used oil and antifreeze materials.
This newly upgraded public recycling centre located at located at 919 Cranbrook St. N., provides the residents of Cranbrook with an easy, free, and eco-friendly system to return their used oil and antifreeze materials.
“With Cranbrook being the largest urban centre in the East Kootenays, and continuing to grow, it was important that we support Great Canadian Oil Change Cranbrook in expanding its used oil recycling infrastructure to ensure Cranbrook residents who change their own oil and antifreeze continue to have easy access to a free and convenient location to return their used oil and antifreeze material products,” said David Lawes, CEO, BC Used Oil Management Association.
“BCUOMA continues to look for opportunities to partner with businesses across the province that are community-focused and committed to the environment, like Great Canadian Oil Change Cranbrook, by providing infrastructure grants that go towards upgrading and improving these public used oil recycling facilities.”
For more information on Great Canadian Oil Change Cranbrook visit https://www.gcoc.ca/locations/british-columbia/cranbrook/919-cranbrook-street/.
A comprehensive listing of all of BCUOMA’s public recycling centres across B.C. can be found at https://bcusedoil.com/find-a-recycling-centre.
BCUOMA would like to acknowledge that Great Canadian Oil Change Cranbrook and their used oil recycling facility is located on the traditional territory of Ktunaxa Nation.