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Leaders In Oil Recycling Infrastructure

March 10, 2011 in News

Wren Oil has recently completed construction of 10 ML export tank farm at the port in Bunbury. This vital tank infrastructure enables recycled oil to be supplied into the world energy generation markets. Read the rest of this entry →

Wren Oil Recognised as Best Small Business

October 19, 2002 in News

Renowned Western Australian oil recycling company Wren Oil, has once again been recognised for its environmental standards and business prowess, at the recent South West Small Business Awards. Read the rest of this entry →

Wren Oil receives Statewide Acknowledgement for Recycling

October 19, 2001 in News

Bunbury based recycling company, Wren Oil has taken out a second environmental award for this year, after winning the State Recycling Awards in the small business category, last week. Read the rest of this entry →

Chasing full recovery via the Green Route

March 19, 2001 in News

It’s time to set the record straight about Fred Wren.

The larger than life Californian farmer-turned-environmentalist has too much invested in Western Australia to be the millionaire some suspect he already is. Read the rest of this entry →

Environment Minister Announces Wren Oil a Finalist in State 2000 3R Recycling Awards

October 19, 2000 in News

Picton company Wren Oil has been chosen as a finalist in two categories of the State 3R (reduce, reuse and recycle) 2000 Awards. Read the rest of this entry →

Fred Wren Saluted in Parliament

June 27, 2000 in News

Second Reading Date: 27 June 2000 Database: House Hansard Speaker: Prosser, Geoff, MP (Forrest, LP, Government) Page: 18329 Proof: No Source: House Stage: Second Reading Type: Speech Context: Bill

Mr PROSSER (Forrest) (4.51 p.m.) ‹I rise to support the Product Stewardship (Oil) Bill 2000, the Customs Tariff Amendment (Product Stewardship for Waste Oil) Bill 2000, the Excise Tariff Amendment (Product Stewardship for Waste Oil) Bill 2000 and the Product Stewardship (Oil) (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2000. Speaking to these bills gives me the opportunity to not only support this initiative but also salute a major oil recycler who has the largest catchment area in Australia, based in my electorate of Forrest in Western Australia. That is Fred Wren of Wren Oil. Read the rest of this entry →