In light of the City of Regina position on Christmas wrapping that we have heard on the news lately, bring your wrapping to Crown Shred & Recycling along with a food donation for the Regina Food Bank. We will accept your material free of charge as long as you have a donation for the Food Bank. Please toss your bows in the trash.
Drop off at: 225 6th Avenue East
Merry Christmas to all of you!
Thanks to all of the people who recycle in Prince Albert.
Effective July 2013, we can recycle even more items.
The City's new agreement with our recycling partners North Central Saskatchewan Waste Management Corporation and Crown Shred and Recycling (Prince Albert) Inc. means that residents can now include household plastic containers and tins, aluminum cans and soda and water bottles in the recycle bins.
With the EcoCentre on site, Crown Shred & Recycling can accept up to 500 litres of used oil per customer per visit and the corresponding volume of filters and containers.
Used oil materials can be dropped off during Crown Shred & Recycling’s regular operating hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Companies with larger volumes can contact a registered collector to pick up from their place of business.
The new Era in Plastics Recycling
We are moving forward at a rapid pace to determine new markets for plastic material. The world is providing opportunities not seen before mainly due to new technology and yes, the need to re-use our recyclable plastic waste.
In addition to our household plastic recycling program, we are now able to recycle items such as vinyl siding, plastic fencing, plastic window moulding, Industrial plastic such as PVC pipe, lumber wrapping, boat wrapping, insulation bags and vapour barrier. These items can be new or used material as long as nails or screws have been removed.
If you have a plastic material that you are not sure about, please call us at 306 545 5454 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. To expedite the process, a sample of the material would be helpful.