Registered Tire Processors (recyclers) are private companies that have been audited and approved by Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA).

They protect both the environment and the health and safety of their employees in the collection and processing of eligible end-of-life scrap tires and are regularly reviewed to ensure that they maintain the requirements of the Tire Recycling Program.

Registered Processors

Alberta Environmental Rubber Products

13520 – 170 Street
Edmonton, AB, T5V 1M7

Toll Free: 1.800.761.8473
Phone: 780.447.1994

CRM of Canada Processing

1030 Western Drive
Crossfield, AB, T0M 0S0

Toll Free: 1.888.832.6276
Phone: 403.946.0317

Liberty Tire Recycling Canada Ltd.

57423 Range Road 253
Sturgeon County, AB, T0G 1L1

Toll Free: 1.800.462.8884
Phone: 780.961.2090

Become a Registered Processor

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

Registered Tire Processor Incentive Program Requirements Fiscal

Here is a brief outline of the application requirements:

  1. Comprehensive business plan including: (a) details regarding how your company will obtain whole tires (material must sourced in Alberta) (b) description of material that the tires will be recycled into and an analysis of the markets for the material (c) detailed revenue and expenditure statements and projections demonstrating viability of operations.
  2. Evidence of a closure plan and provision of security with Alberta Recycling; amount is calculated based on average monthly inventory (minimum amount of security required is $60,000).
  3. Evidence that the material being processed from scrap tires meets the specification outlined in the Program Requirements document.
  4. Demonstrate that a minimum of 500 tonnes of tires can be processed without interruption and according to Program specifications.
  5. Copies of all required insurance.
  6. Evidence of an account in good standing with Workers’ Compensation Board.
  7. Evidence of compliance with Alberta Fire Code (letter from fire inspector confirming processing site meets the fire code).
  8. Copy of Certificate of Recognition.
  9. 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 tires@albertarecycling.ca