Paint Processors

Registered Paint Processors are private companies that have been audited and approved by Alberta Recycling.

They protect both the environment and the health and safety of their employees in the collection and preparation of eligible end-of-life paint and paint containers for delivery to downstream processors and are regularly reviewed to ensure they maintain the requirements of the Paint Recycling Program.

Registered Processors

DBS Environmental

Chris Nielsen
1430 – 33 Street North
Lethbridge AB T1H 5H3

Toll Free: 1.888.328.4833
Phone: 403.328.4833
Fax: 403.328.4729
chrisdbs@telusplanet.net
dbsenvironmental.com

EnviroSORT Inc.
A Subsidiary of Clean Harbors Canada, Inc.

Keith Davis
4229 Hewlett Drive
Red Deer County AB T4S 2A8

Phone: 403.342.7823 ext. 112
Fax: 403.343.6287
davis.keith@cleanharbors.com
cleanharbors.com/location/red-deer-facility

Nor-Alta Waste & Site Services Inc.

Sam Fayad
16375 – 130 Avenue
Edmonton AB T5V 1K5

Toll Free: 1.888.524.2012
Phone: 780.486.4931
Fax: 780.486.4046
sfayad@nor-alta.com

RBW Waste Management Ltd.

Waste Order Desk
3280 – 10 Street
Nisku AB T9E 1E7

Phone: 780.438.2183
Fax: 780.438.2183
sales@rbwgroup.com
rbwgroup.com

ReNue Recycling Ltd. | Calibre Group of Companies

Robert Hick
6224 – 29 Street S.E.
Calgary AB T2C 1W3

Phone: 403.287.7728
Fax: 403.287.7792
rhick@calibregroup.ca
recyclepaint.com

The Recycle Systems Company Inc.

Tim Underwood
1508 – 10 Street
Nisku AB T9E 7S4

Phone: 780.955.2508
Fax: 780.955.2509
tim@recyclesystems.com

Become a Registered Processor

The following document outlines the application and compliance requirements necessary to become a Registered Paint Processor in Alberta’s Paint Recycling Program and be eligible for incentives.

Registered Paint Processor Incentive Program Requirements Fiscal 2022-23

Here is a brief outline of the application requirements:

  1. Comprehensive business plan including (a) details regarding how your company will obtain eligible paint and paint containers (material must be sourced in Alberta); (b) ‘Downstream’ processors who will receive the paint material for manufacturing into new products.
  2. Evidence of a closure plan and posting of security with Alberta Recycling (minimum amount of security required is $20,000) or provide evidence of security in place with Alberta Environment and Parks.
  3. Copies of all required insurance.
  4. Evidence of an account in good standing with Workers’ Compensation Board.
  5. Copy of Certificate of Recognition.
  6. Evidence of an Environmental Management System in place to ensure adequate control of the processing site’s impact on the environment.

Please note that the review process for an application can take from four to six months in order for interim approval to be considered.

If you would like more information or to make an application please e-mail paint@albertarecycling.ca

Working with Eligible Downstream Processors

The following points are provided to help clarify business arrangements between Registered Processors and Downstream Paint Processors.

  • To be eligible for funding, Registered Processors must provide the required information on each Downstream Processor and have them approved by Alberta Recycling before starting to ship paint material to them.
  • Companies currently handling, transporting and processing recyclable hazardous wastes in Alberta have to meet provincial and federal environmental and safety requirements.
  • The environmental and safety requirements of the paint recycling program align with these standards, therefore these companies are eligible for approval as Downstream Processors.
  • Downstream Processors working with Registered Processors are encouraged to inform Alberta Recycling of your interest in the program.