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Ecoil Recycling Closes Its Doors


After 20 years in business, Ecoil Recycling Centre has closed its doors effective immediately.

Owner-operator Todd Tarrant is now urging residents to take any used oil and antifreeze, used oil filters, as well as all sizes of oil, antifreeze and DEF containers to the Household Hazardous Waste Diversion Centre at the Waste Disposal Site.

Tarrant started Ecoil Recycling in 1999, when used oil filters sometimes contained other factors that made them more dangerous to the community than they are now.

“The Dauphin city landfill diversion station is what we’ve been striving for for the last 20 years. We’re proud to say good luck to their new facility and goodbye to our good old friends and supporters for helping us make recycling what it has been. And we’re thanking everyone for making every drop count,” he said.

Get further details in this week's Dauphin Herald!

Doug Zywina