Electronics Recycling Roundup

Get your school, team or club involved with the Electronics Recycling Program! Apply to hold an Electronics Recycling Roundup and help raise funds from the electronics you collect.

Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA) has made tremendous progress in getting Albertans to collect their end-of-life (EOL) computer equipment, TVs, and ePilot material for recycling. The Electronics Recycling Roundup is designed to encourage schools, non-profit organizations, and community groups to increase awareness and ease of recycling while raising funds for their organization (or on behalf of an organization).

Working with Registered Electronics Processors, organizations encourage members of their community to bring in their old electronics, and the organization receives money per item and by weight from ARMA

New to this program is the inclusion of ePilot material, which includes everything from microwaves to cell phones, electronic games, toys, and a whole lot more.

For more information or to apply to hold an event, download the 2024-25 Electronics Recycling Roundup Application.

Schools or school-based groups (K-12; post-secondary); registered non-profit organizations including community leagues/associations, amateur sports associations/teams, Scouts and Girl Guides; registered charities; churches and religious organizations; First Nations, Métis communities and Indigenous-serving organizations, and businesses (for charity fundraising events).