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Recent Releases from Safety-Kleen

Announcement of $26 million investment in Ontario used motor oil re-refining

Published Wed, 27 Oct 2010 10:03:57 EST Read More

Media Advisory Announcement of $26 million investment in Ontario used motor oil re-refining WHEN: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 - 15:00 WHERE Safety-Kleen at Breslau, Ontario 300 Woolwich St. South The Honourable John Wilkinson, Ontario Minister of the Environment will accompany Mr. Dave Sprinkle, Executive Vice-President of Safety-Kleen Systems Inc. in breaking ground on a $26 million expansion of Safety-Kleen Canada Inc.’s Breslau, Ontario, ...... Click here to read this release



Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) introduces cradle-to-cradle environmental program for waste lubricants operated by Safety-Kleen

Published Wed, 16 Dec 2009 10:29:21 EST Read More

SAFETY-KLEEN CANADA TO OPERATE CRADLE-TO-CRADLE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM FOR TORONTO TRANSIT COMMISSION WASTE LUBRICANTS TTC choice to re-refine waste lubricants and reuse them in TTC fleet reduces energy use, greenhouses gases and heavy metal emissions BRESLAU, ON (December 16, 2009) - Safety-Kleen Canada Inc., has been awarded a three year contract by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to recover and re-refine 600,000 liters of used lubricants generated annually by the TTC f...... Click here to read this release