Eligible products and fees

Find out which paint and paint containers are recycled in Alberta's Program.

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What happens to your paint?

Alberta Recycling works closely with municipalities and registered paint processors across the province to ensure paint and containers are recycled safely and responsibly.

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Municipalities Interested in Registering

Municipalities, First Nations and Métis Settlements that would like to register their tire collection sites, please go to the >>>Collection Sites page

Registered Paint Processors

Looking for a list of registered paint recyclers?

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Becoming a Registered Processor

If you’re interested in working with Alberta Recycling to help make better use of this valuable resource, we want to speak with you.

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Commercial and Trade Painters

Professional painters can participate in the Paint Recycling Program. Find out how...

For more information on this and other programs operated by Alberta Recycling, please contact us.

Did you know?

Albertans purchase more than 30 Million litres of paint and 2 Million aerosols each year.
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Award winners!

by Betty Gray | Dec 01, 2017
2017 Collection Site of Excellence Award winners.
Across Alberta, 140 municipalities, waste commissions and authorities, and Indigenous communities are registered with Alberta Recycling's collection site program - each one plays a critical role in the success of Alberta's electronics, paint and tire recycling solution.

Alberta Recycling salutes the Coronation Transfer Station; Crowsnest/Pincher Creek Regional Landfill, and Parkland County Transfer Stations as the 2017 winners of the Collection Site Awards of Excellence.

>>>Congratulations on a job well done!




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