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Recycling ambassadors visit Fort Langley on Sunday

Ambassadors for the BC Used Oil Management Association (BCUOMA) will have an  interactive exhibit set up at the Fort Langley Model A  show, at 9131 King St., on Sunday, June 1.

Four student ambassadors are canvassing the province for 17 weeks to interact and educate the public on how to recycle everything in their homes. Due to the success of the BCUOMA program, B.C. now has one of the highest recovery rates in the country. Not only has the association been able to connect with more program stakeholders and residents of B.C., but the program has also encouraged fellow industry associations to get involved.

For more about the program, see www.bcusedoil.com or www.facebook.com/bcuoma.

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