Become a Collection Site
Read the Municipal Collection Site Requirements
Download the Municipal Collection Site Requirements document to find out what it means to be a registered collection site in the Electronics, Paint and Tire Recycling Programs and the benefits this presents to your community.
Fill out the form to register to your site
Download the Municipal Collection Site Registration Form to register your sites in the Electronics, Paint and Tire Recycling Programs (Please note that we will be uploading a revised application form and site requirements document to include the Used Oil Materials Recycling Program by April 1, 2019.)
Eligible Product Lists:
Best Practices Workshop
Alberta Recycling is pleased to offer this workshop to registered collection sites or municipalities interested in registering. The workshop provides in-depth information on the Collection Site Program to help you effectively manage Electronics, Paint and Tire Collection Sites.
To arrange a workshop in your area please contact our Program Administrator (Collection Sites) at 1-888-999-8762 or via e-mail at [email protected].
Grant to Advertise Registered Collection Sites
Find out about funding to assist in promoting electronics, paint and tire collection sites that are open year-round.
Promotional Materials Order Form
Brochures and printed materials available to keep your community informed
Municipal Grant Program
Funding to help purchase recycled tire products for community projects or to upgrade tire collection areas
Roundup Grant Program
Funding is available for municipalities and Indigenous communities to hold a special event for the collection of end-of-life electronics, leftover paint and containers, household hazardous waste and - a new entry to the roundup program - used oil materials and scrap tires.
Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA)
Information on TDA for leachate collection in municipal landfills
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Industry Council Representation
Did you know that each recycling program has an Industry Council, which includes a individual representing municipal recycling interests in Alberta. The Councils were established to provide industry insight and recommendations to the Board of Directors on key aspects of each recycling program. Learn more