USED OIL PICKUP and RECYCLING in ALBERTA, MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN and ONTARIO
Recycle West combines 40 years of experience and state-of-the-art equipment to deliver the right solution for your environmental needs. Our proactive servicing approach is designed to maximize your efficiency. We research your requirements, anticipate your service needs, and manage the logistics. That means solving your environmental challenges - on time, and without the headache. Recycle West also understands that your image is important. Our service team is committed to clean transportation and processing. No spills or accidents. We take responsibility for every detail - because your success means our success.
Recycle West's extensive experience in waste stream management means waste streams are no longer a hassle. Our waste management programs include the transport, treatment, recycling, and disposal of hazardous/non-hazardous liquids. These programs are conducted at our state-of-the-art facility in Manitoba and consist of the highest quality. We put the focus on innovation, so you don't have to compromise the image of your company, or your bottom line. We are equipped to deal with all of your complex waste streams, including contaminated soils, used oils, spent fuels, oil filters, liquid waste, waste water and absorball. For a complete list of services specific to your industry, see our services section.
Recycle West is the leader in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba for the management of liquid industrial and commercial wastes. This includes antifreeze, lubricants, light fuels, and any waste or used oil. Recycle West also collects and manages waste glycol, solvents, sorbents, sludges, oily water, gun wash, and oil related plastics. Our facilities are easily accessible by truck or rail car due to the on-site terminal service. See our locations section.
We adhere to the standards of MARRC (Manitoba Association for Resource Recovery Corp), SARRC (Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corp), and AUOMA (Alberta Used Oil Management Association), following all guidelines for hazardous waste recycling and disposal.