Fogh Marine

May 1, 2018

Morten Fogh wrote to News Week following last week’s story about the CPS-ECP Flare Disposal Program to say, “While we are no longer a part of the CPS Flare Program, Fogh Boat Supplies and Fogh Marine, both in the GTA, will be collecting expired marine flares this year, just as we have every year for over 20 years.”

Here are the dates:

Fogh Boat Supplies in Port Credit, 1 Port Street East, Mississauga, Ontario L5G 4N1 Ph. 905-278-7005, 1-800-263-1506
Saturday, May 26, 9am – 5pm
Sunday, May 27, 10am – 4pm

Fogh Marine in Etobicoke, 901 Oxford Street, Toronto, Ontario, M8Z 5T1 Ph. 416-251-0384, 1-800-342-3644
Saturday, June 2, 9am – 5pm.

Customers are free to drop off their expired marine flares on those dates only and we will have them disposed of in a safe manner.

Morten Fogh noted that “It’s important that there are many safe sources accepting flares for disposal on different dates.”

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