Niels Tholen - 23 September 2013
The Saskatchewan government has announced the expansion of its recycling program to include Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) packaging among other products. Used oil, used oil filters and used plastic oil containers are already part of the recycling program. In addition to the extended list of recyclable products, the size of containers has increased from 30 liters to 50 liters to reflect changes in packaging.
Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corporation (SARRC) Executive Director Phil Wrubleski said: "Antifreeze, DEF and antifreeze containers and diesel fuel filters are logical extensions of recyclable materials captured through SARRC's province-wide network of registered collectors and nearly 300 collection points."
The new regulations will come into effect on January 1, 2014 and will give manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and retailers the possibility to recycle these additional petroleum products.
Rosalie Winnik - 17 October 2018
Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s), the nation’s industry-leading travel stop network, now offers its own private label diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) for auto diesel and professional driver Customers. The product is available at all travel stop locations and comes in a value size 2.5 gallon container. With this new product addition, Love’s is the only...
Rosalie Winnik - 25 January 2018
RelaDyne, one of the nation’s leading providers of lubricants, fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), and industrial reliability services, has acquired Conservancy Oil Group, a leading regional distributor of lubricants, DEF and related products based in New Mexico. This acquisition extends RelaDyne’s geographical footprint into Southwestern United...
Rosalie Winnik - 5 January 2018
Musket Corporation, the trading and logistics arm of Love's, has opened a diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) wholesale bulk rack in Blue Island, Illinois. The Blue Island facility is the company’s 13th DEF location, and its second in Illinois. “Blue Island is an ideal location for our newest DEF facility because of its proximity to the Chicago...
Rosalie Winnik - 11 December 2017
Love's Travel Stops has opened 3 new locations this month, all with DEF available at the pump. Love's Travel Stops has locations in 41 states, with bulk DEF available at 99 per cent of sites.
Rosalie Winnik - 8 June 2017
FS Partners has been strengthening its presence by distributing DEF through the UPI Energy network of cardlocks across Ontario. FS Partners and UPI Energy are subsidiaries of Growmark Inc, one of the largest agricultural co-operatives covering Ontario and the mid-western US.
Ben Treadwell - 11 May 2015
There are now 103 truck stops locations in Canada that are equipped with bulk DEF pumps. The Canadian network has grown rapidly since the first pumps opened in 2011, and infrastructure is still continuing to develop. Ontario and Alberta hold the largest number of fully equipped bulk locations in the country, with 58% of all Canadian DEF...