Aug 07 2018


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Out of storage space? Crown Shred & Recycling has opened a commercial record center. We offer secure, confidential storage of your valuable information assets. We provide next day delivery in Regina or scheduled delivery service for our out-of-town clients! Email: or call (306) 545-5454 today!

Jun 05 2018

Did you know? Grain bag recycling is now available at Crown Shred & Recycling

Rolled grain bags can be dropped off, free of charge, at Crown Shred & Recycling. Please call ahead for site conditions or if any assistance is required to unload.

Please note that grain bags must be rolled and secured with twine prior to drop off. This will ensure a smooth drop off process, keeps contamination to a minimum and maximizes the recyclability of the material.

NOTE: Please call ahead, by appointment only. Call 306-545-7715.

Visit to learn more about how to properly prepare your grain bags for recycling and more news about this program.

Jul 31 2017

Thank you!  Because of your support, we’re able to grow; with growth comes change. During the week of August 8th, we are moving our scale house and main office into a beautiful, new building in the East corner of our yard.  We look forward to serving you better.

Dec 15 2016

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!

Jul 29 2013

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.

Read more on the City of Prince Albert's website...