October 14-30: RecycleDrive

28.09.15 | Events


RecycleDrive 2015

CAA Autogreen and Ontario Tire Stewardship (OTS) are proud to announce the fifth annual RecycleDrive event.

From October 14-30, Ontario residents can drop off old batteries, oil1, and tires2 for free3 at participating CAA Approved Auto Repair Services (AARS) facilities during regular business hours.

For each Ontario resident that participates in the 2015 RecycleDrive campaign, CAA will plant a tree in that participant’s name.

For a list of participating locations, visit www.CAASCO.com/Recycle

The CAA AARS facility that collects the most used tires can WIN a revitalization package, which includes $20,000 worth of landscaping greenery and innovative recycled tire products from Ontario Tire Stewardship (OTS) and CAA SCO, to help re-green a school building, grounds or play space of their choice!

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Recycle your batteries, oil and tires all year long

CAA can help make sure your batteries (automotive, household and marine), tires, oil and oil filters are properly recycled all year long. By choosing to recycle, you’ll help reduce landfill and be a friend to the environment.

Ontario Tire Stewardship’s Used Tires Program

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Up to four tires can be recycled for FREE, year round, at registered collectors. Your used tires can be responsibly recycled into new, green products such as shingles, door mats, flooring and garden mulch.
Find a Collector near you.

For participating CAA AARS locations: download the promotional poster here.

1 Automotive, household and marine.

2 We will not accept oil that is potentially contaminated, mixed or used in farm equipment. CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) reserves the right to refuse oil we deem unacceptable. CAA operates RecycleDrive as a non-profit public service.

3 There’s no charge for recycling up to four used tires any time during the year. A nominal fee applies to recycled oil and batteries outside of event dates.

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