Used Oil

Baie Verte-Green Bay

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Used oil is hazardous waste – it contains toxic chemicals and heavy metals such as lead and cadmium that must be disposed of properly. Safe disposal is very important – these materials should never be put in the garbage or poured down the drain.  Government regulations ban such practices in Newfoundland and Labrador.

The Used Oil and Glycol Recycling Program ensures that residents can properly dispose of used oil including lubricating oil, crankcase oil, gear oil and transmission fluid.

South Brook Regional Landfill

Green Bay Waste operates the South Brook landfill, which provides waste disposal services for bulk waste, garbage, composting of organic waste, recycling services for scrap metal, paper and cardboard and proper disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW).

Location: Servicing the Green Bay sub-region
Phone: 709-657-2233
Email: info@greenbaywaste.com
Web: https://www.facebook.com/greenbaywaste/

Used Oil Management Association (UOMA) Newfoundland and Labrador – Used Oil/Glycol Recycling Program

The Used Oil Management Association (UOMA) operates an industry-led and government-approved used oil and glycol recycling program in Newfoundland and Labrador that provides residents and businesses with province-wide drop-off locations for proper disposal.

Location: Visit UOMA NL to view the list of province-wide paint collection sites.
Phone: 709-771-2083
Email: info@uoma-atlantic.com
Web: https://nl.uoma-atlantic.com/en/homepage

Oil Retailers

Under the Provincial Used Oil and Glycol Recycling Program, residents can return used oil to oil retailers registered as a collection facility with the Used Oil Management Association. Collection facilities include mechanical workshops, car dealerships but also many regional waste management authorities.

Location: Locations throughout the province
Web: nl.uoma-atlantic.com

Think About It

Store used oil in a clean container that’s clearly marked and out-of-reach of children.