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28 January 2020

New Regulation in Nova Scotia

2020-01-28T16:13:51+00:0028 January 2020|Uncategorized|

A new regulation similar to the ones in force in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador and in Quebec now requires Brand Owners to collect and process the following products in the province of the Nova Scotia : Oils; Filters; Glycol (Antifreeze); Containers of oil, glycol (antifreeze) and diesel exhaust fuel (50L. or [...]

2 May 2019

New regulation in Newfoundland and Labrador

2020-01-28T10:03:46+00:002 May 2019|Uncategorized|

A new regulation similar to the ones in force in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and in Quebec, will soon require Brand Owners to collect and process the following products in the province of the Newfoundland and Labrador : Oils; Filters; Antifreeze; Containers of oil and antifreeze (50L. or less); Aerosol lubricants or brake [...]

31 October 2017

A feel good campaign…

2018-06-29T09:42:43+00:0031 October 2017|Uncategorized|

UOMA Atlantic has just launched a new environmental awareness TV and Web campaign. With this new campaign, the organization first wants to inform the general public about the many collection facilities made available to them to bring back used mechanical maintenance products; oils, used filters, oily containers and coolant. However, for UOMA Atlantic, it [...]

31 October 2017

A feel good campaign…

2019-05-02T13:22:43+00:0031 October 2017|Uncategorized|

UOMA Atlantic has just launched a new environmental awareness TV and Web campaign. With this new campaign, the organization first wants to inform the general public about the many collection facilities made available to them to bring back used mechanical maintenance products; oils, used filters, oily containers and coolant. However, for UOMA Atlantic, it [...]

25 September 2017

SOGHUOMA becomes UOMA Atlantic-Atlantique

2019-05-02T13:23:22+00:0025 September 2017|Uncategorized|

Greetings to all, members and partners of the Atlantic Used Oil Management Association. Following various meetings and discussions with the Members of the board and the Communications Committee, we came to the conclusion that it was essential to change the brand name and the brand image of the association. A clearer, easier to memorize [...]