Our Recycling Programs
Recycling is more than paper, plastics or cardboard. We recycle materials that are difficult to dispose of and can be hazardous to the environment.
Since 2004, Albertans have been recycling their end-of-life TVs and computer equipment.
Since 2008, Albertans have been recycling their leftover paint and empty paint containers.
Since 1992, Albertans have been recycling their scrap tire.
Since 1997, Albertans have been recycling used lubricating oil, oil filters and oil containers.
Do you or your business have large quantities of used oil, filters, or containers (over 20L or 20 filters) and don't know what to do with them? #Recycle them by contacting one of our Registered Used Oil Processors. #FutureWithoutWaste #UsedOil #Alberta https://t.co/kbZOxLvDhVRead More
Today is #WorldWetlandsDay! Wetlands help our environment in a variety of ways and provide a habitat for many different species, so make sure to #recycle your electronics, paint, tires and used oil so they can stay out of this vital ecosystem. #FutureWithoutWaste #Alberta https://t.co/pu0n7yeZDDRead More
We want to help you recycle all types of materials, whether they are part of our programs or not. We have pulled together a list of resources to help #Albertans #recycle & divert materials from landfill. Check it out! #FutureWithoutWaste #Alberta #Reuse https://t.co/t7Ts7PtXL3Read More
Today is the start of #BlackHistoryMonth, a time to honour the legacy and contributions of Black Canadians and communities. Learn more at: #BHM2023 https://t.co/xiJZGijycXRead More
Thanks @GoodwillAB for the tour of your #YEG Impact Centre! Your focus on supporting the community, job creation, #reuse, #reduce, #repurpose, #recycle, and doing what's right is inspiring! 👏 https://t.co/pf7U4k2oetRead More
Today is #BellLetsTalk Day, which serves as a reminder that our mental well-being is important today and every day. Please visit @AHS_media for more information or to learn about the supports available in #Alberta. #yeg #yyc #Mentalhealth @Bell_LetsTalkRead More
#DYK that ARMA supplies communities and businesses with cages to help recycle used bicycle tires? Contact us today for more information or discover where you can drop off your used bike tires. #Alberta #Cycle #Recycle #Tires #FutureWithoutWaste https://t.co/BMpsP2C1CnRead More
Does your #municipality require TDA (Tire-Derived Aggregate) for leachate collection systems? Used in nearly 200 landfills since 2006, this material finds new life for +2 million scrap tires per year while reducing costs. Apply now: #Alberta #reuse #tires https://t.co/VYfLZAlS7QRead More