Pair promotes recycling

Young ambassadors tour B.C. to encourage recycling of used oil and tires

Recycling ambassadors Jordana Fridman (l) and Sonia Sandhu are touring the province to communicate the importance of recycling not only used oil and antifreeze

Recycling ambassadors Jordana Fridman (l) and Sonia Sandhu are touring the province to communicate the importance of recycling not only used oil and antifreeze

Recycling ambassadors Jordana Fridman (l) and Sonia Sandhu are touring the province to communicate the importance of recycling not only used oil and antifreeze, but also scrap tires.

They were in Clearwater recently near the end of a tour of the northern part of the province for the British Columbia Used Oil Management Association (BCUOMA) and Tire Stewardship BC (TSBC).

This summer two ambassador teams are traveling through 130 municipalities and visiting 700 respective return collection facilities. During this tour the pair saw  seven bear, two deer, two moose and a fox, they said.