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Compliance and Audit Process

Compliance Reviews or audits are conducted on a 3 to 4 year rotation with all Members of the Used Oil Associations across Canada. The contractual document under primary review is the Membership Agreement signed by all Members. Although Alberta’s used [...]

November 4, 2020|Newsletter Articles|

EHC OneWindow Update

The EHC OneWindow program was developed through a massive collaborative effort by the UOMAs in response to our members request for a single, Canada-wide EHC reporting system. A key focus throughout the development process has been cost efficiency which has [...]

November 4, 2020|Newsletter Articles|

Automotive Fluid Container Trends

With the knowledge that the current recycling rate of containers sold in Canada sits at around 85%, the BC Used Oil Management Association recently commissioned a national survey and study of the Lubricating Oil and Antifreeze Packaging Circular Economy on [...]

November 4, 2020|Newsletter Articles|

Member Reporting and Payment during the COVID-19 period

April 17, 2020 Dear Member, Across Canada, we understand that recent events have caused disruptions to many businesses and may impact accounting, reporting, and administrative capacity across the supply chain. To date, waste management activities have been considered essential services [...]

April 17, 2020|Info for Stakeholders|

National UOMA cooperation works for you, its members

Since its formation in 2004, the National Used Oil Material and Antifreeze Advisory Council (NUOMAAC) has served as an effective partnership for the six Used Oil Management Associations in Canada who manage programs in eight provinces by providing a resource [...]

October 28, 2019|Newsletter Articles|

The state of UOMA plastics recycling in Canada

Plastic recycling has been in the news quite a bit lately. Market conditions have changed, especially for low quality, mixed plastics as China and other countries started requiring imported plastic to be cleaner and better sorted. In addition, the Federal [...]

October 28, 2019|Newsletter Articles|
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