Leading Recyclers of Hazardous Waste Materials Host Local Community Volunteer Cleanup
Compton, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/19/2016 -- World Oil and DeMenno-Kerdoon – California's Leading Recycler of Used Motor Oil and Antifreeze – will hold their biannual Compton Creek and Bike Trail Cleanup on Saturday, October 22nd from 8 AM to 12 Noon in Compton, CA. Community residents are encouraged to join their family and friends, World Oil and DeMenno-Kerdoon employees, and Council member Tana McCoy to clean up the trash and debris along the creek and bike trail.
All volunteers will meet behind Compton High School on Alondra Blvd, with parking available at 417 Alondra Blvd. A free breakfast, snack and lunch will be provided to those who participate. High school student volunteers are eligible to receive community service credit. World Oil's Los Angeles recycling location has over 40 years of environmental leadership and is the largest used oil recycling facility in the western United States. The company believes recycling is one of the best ways to conserve our world's depleting natural resources. Located in the City of Compton, California, World Oil receives, treats, stores and recycles a variety of hazardous waste materials including used oil, oily waste water, waste gasoline, used oil filters, used antifreeze, fuels, and paint-related waste.
World Oil believes in protecting the environment and giving back to the community. It fulfills this mission by continually supporting local environmental and education programs. Indeed, World Oil has been recognized as one of Compton's Best Green Businesses.
"World Oil has always made giving back to the community a top priority," said Co-CEOs Robert and Steven Roth. "We partner with Compton to put on this cleanup event. It is a way to demonstrate our appreciation for the local residents of this city as well as a way to show our respect for our environment."
About World Oil
Bernard Roth founded World Oil in 1938, when he opened his first gas station on the corner of Florence and Normandie in South Central Los Angeles. At just 22, he pioneered self-service gas stations, slashing gas prices and advertising: "We don't wash your windows. We just sell you gas for less." A savvy businessman, Bernie Roth was also an upstanding family man who believed in doing the right thing. That's the way he lived his life and the way he built his business, along with World Oil co-founder and his wife of over seven decades, Florence. More than 75 years later, World Oil is now one of California's largest privately held companies. Bernard and Florence's sons, Bob and Steve Roth, carry on their parents' legacy, operating a business with a soul that recycles, produces, and transports vital petroleum-based and related products. World Oil leads the industry in sustainable, end-to-end solutions that care for our communities, our environment, and our shared future.
For more information about the cleanup, call the City of Compton's Department of Parks and Recreation at 310-605-5688, or Maria Beaini with DeMenno-Kerdoon at 310-537-7100 ext. 215.
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