Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA) is following Alberta’s wildfire situation closely and we recognize that businesses can be unexpectedly impacted. If your business is impacted, please contact us so we may, based on your circumstances, provide you with assistance on Environmental Fee Reports and payments. 


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. 

Million Electronics RECYCLED SINCE 2004

Since 2008, Albertans have been recycling their leftover paint and empty paint containers. 

Million Litres of paint RECYCLED Since 2008

Since 1992, Albertans have been recycling their scrap tires. 

Million Tires RECYCLED Since 1992

Since 1997, Albertans have been recycling their used lubricating oil, oil filters, and oil containers. 

Billion Litres of Used OIL RECYCLED Since 1997

Anyone who sells, distributes, manufactures, supplies or imports designated electronics, paint, tires, or lubricating oil material in or into Alberta must register with ARMA.

If you are supplying these materials or will be supplying them in the future and are not already registered with the program, please click on the register button or learn more about our suppliers.

Did you know there are over 430 registered recycling depots throughout Alberta and many of them now accept expanded electronics pilot material?

Find your local recycling depot.

A Stronger, Sustainable Alberta
Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA) is a not-for-profit organization that acts on behalf of the province to oversee all aspects of end-of-life processing of electronics, paint, tires, and used oil materials and is the administration and oversight authority for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR).