CSR Administrator

CSR Administrator

Jul 18 2019

Plastic Lumber

FEATURES

 
  • Long lasting
  • Cuts like wood
  • Paintable
  • Durable
  • Uniform Colour
  • Will Float
  • Solid Plastic

HOW IT'S MADE

 
  • Plastic Lumber is made from Household Plastic collected from customers in Regina, Pilot Butte, Emerald Park, White City, Moose Jaw, Lumsden, Regina Beach and many other locations in Saskatchewan.
  • The process involves melting plastic at 200 degrees Celsius into moulds.

AVAILABILITY

  • Only available at Crown Shred & Recycling Regina: 225 6th Avenue East

SIZE & PRICING*

  • Nailer Boards - 1.5” X 1.5” X 8’ L ............. $4.00 EACH
  • Floor Decking - 1” X 4” X 8’ L .................. $5.00 EACH
  • Form Separators - 1.5” X 2.5” X 12’ L ..... $6.00 EACH
  • Plank Size - 1.5” X 7” X 8’ L (R) ................$15.00 EACH


* All Prices PLUS TAX and F.O.B. REGINA PLANT

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2004 Split Body Truck

Please contact Cory Shaw at 306-545-5454 or e-mail: cory.shaw@crownshredandrecycling.com if you would like more information.

 

 

 

Jul 18 2019

Residential Recycling Overview

With our bi-weekly Blue Box program, Crown Shred can help divert approximately 85% of your household waste from your local landfill!

An easy and convenient way to divert your waste from the garbage stream and accomplish your commitment to recycling.

All of your recycling can be picked up at one location - your home! Let us give you a convenient, time saving and hassle free way to recycle all year round.


Residential Service Areas:

 

Jul 18 2019

Annual Prepaid Subscription Fee: $115.00 + GST

We provide a bi-weekly curbside service ( download calendar ) ensuring you 25 pickups a year.

NEW! We now collect plastic bags!

Only plastic containers will be collected at this time. This service will allow you to recycle all plastic containers from your laundry room, kitchen, bathroom as well as your pantry.

Have your bins out at the curb by 8:00 am to ensure collection. Our service includes two Blue Boxes to store your recyclable plastic containers.

NO GARBAGE PLEASE!

    See our Recyclable Checklist for more details.

    SORTING REQUIREMENTS:

    REMOVE:
    • Lids and caps
    RINSE:
    • All household plastic containers including milk jugs

    WE DO NOT ACCEPT:

    • Light bulbs
    • Styrofoam
    • Window glass
    • Household garbage
    • Ceramics
    • Plastic food or product wrap
    • Glass bottles and jars
    • Plastic motor oil or hazardous chemical containers
    • Unclassified plastic items such as toys
    • Recyclables that are not properly rinsed or prepared
    Jul 18 2019

    Lumsden Curbside Recycling

    Subscription Fee: Contact your Town Office for Details

    Your service includes 2 Blue Boxes and Bi-weekly collection ( download calendar ). In 2006 the Town of Lumsden implemented a mandatory Curbside Recycling program for all residents. It has been very successful with Crown Shred collecting & processing approximately 571,498 pounds of material in the 2 years! Way to go Lumsden residents!

    Have your bins out at the curb by 8:00 am to ensure collection. Any new resident to Lumsden is asked to contact Town Hall who will make arrangements with our office to have bins, bags & a calendar delivered.

      BLUE BOX 1:

      • Aluminum containers & tin cans
      • Milk cartons and milk jugs
      • Plastic beverage bottles, cereal box bags, plastic grocery and garbage bags
      • Household plastic with a number 1 - 7 on the bottom in the recycling logo.

      BLUE BOX 2:

      • Brown paper bags and tissue roll cores
      • Corrugated cardboard and paperboard (cereal) boxes
      • Magazines and catalogues
      • Telephone books
      • Junk mail, envelopes, newspaper and flyers
      • Letter-quality paper
      • Gift wrap and packing paper

      GROCERY BAGS

      To minimize unnecessary litter:

      • Please use your grocery bags for any extra paper/cardboard materials that will fit.
      • Please use your grocery bags for any shredded paper or any other household plastic materials such as lids, film and grocery bags.
      See our Recyclable Checklist for more details.

      SORTING REQUIREMENTS:

      RINSE:
      • Food tins and cans
      • Milk cartons and jugs
      FLATTEN:
      • All cardboard boxes
      • All boxboard material
      REMOVE:
      • Lids and caps

      WE DO NOT ACCEPT:

      • Light bulbs
      • Styrofoam
      • Window glass
      • Household garbage
      • Ceramics
      • Plastic food or product wrap
      • Glass bottles and jars
      • Plastic motor oil or hazardous chemical containers
      • Unclassified plastic items such as toys
      • Recyclables that are not properly rinsed or prepared
      Jul 18 2019

      Moose Jaw Curbside Recycling

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      Dear Moose Jaw Curbside Recycling Customer;

      Effective October 1st, 2012, Loraas Disposal, in cooperation with Crown Shred & Recycling, is excited to introduce a new recycling program called Single Stream Recycling. Single Stream Recycling is a system in which all recycle materials – paper, cardboard, plastics, tin and aluminum are placed unsorted in one container and sorted at the recycling centre. This means that instead of sorting your material into 2 carts, you will place everything into your blue cart.

      loraas binYour collection schedule will remain the same! Simply place your single blue cart out for collection every two weeks instead of alternating between a blue and green cart.

      Not only is this new system more convenient for you, it only requires one cart so it costs less too! As of October 1st, 2012, the cost of this recycling program is $9.00 per month! (plus tax).

      If you have prepaid for recycling services with Crown Shred & Recycling at a rate of $12.00 per month, your account will be credited $3.00 per month for every month that you have prepaid.

      For questions or for new customers, call Loraas Disposal at 691-2850 or (306) 721-1000 or email us at mjrecycle@loraasdisposal.com.

      Please set BOTH CARTS out for collection on your first collection day in October. The green cart will be removed leaving the blue cart for single stream collection.
      Jul 18 2019

      Attention Regina City Residents: Crown Shred & Recycling has a program in place for the City of Regina's Mandatory Curbside Recycling Program in July of 2013. Click here for complete details

      Annual Prepaid Subscription Fee: $129.80 (includes fuel surcharge) + GST

      Your service includes 2 Blue Boxes and Bi-weekly collection ( download calendar ).

      Have your bins out at the curb by 8:00 am to ensure collection.

        BLUE BOX 1:

        • Household Glass (NEW!)
        • Aluminum containers & tin cans
        • Milk cartons and milk jugs
        • Plastic beverage bottles, cereal box bags, plastic grocery and garbage bags
        • Household plastic with a number 1 - 7 on the bottom in the recycling logo.

        BLUE BOX 2:

        • Brown paper bags and tissue roll cores
        • Corrugated cardboard and paperboard (cereal) boxes
        • Magazines and catalogues
        • Telephone books
        • Junk mail, envelopes, newspaper and flyers
        • Letter-quality paper
        • Gift wrap and packing paper

        GROCERY BAGS

        To minimize unnecessary litter:

        • Please use your grocery bags for any extra paper/cardboard materials that will fit.
        • Please use your grocery bags for any shredded paper or any other household plastic materials such as lids, film and grocery bags.
        See our Recyclable Checklist for more details.

        SORTING REQUIREMENTS:

        RINSE:
        • Food tins and cans
        • Milk cartons and jugs
        • Household glass
        FLATTEN:
        • All cardboard boxes
        • All boxboard material
        REMOVE:
        • Lids and caps

        WE DO NOT ACCEPT:

        • Light bulbs
        • Styrofoam
        • Window glass
        • Household garbage
        • Ceramics
        • Plastic food or product wrap
        • Plastic motor oil or hazardous chemical containers
        • Unclassified plastic items such as toys
        • Recyclables that are not properly rinsed or prepared
        Jul 18 2019

        Regina Beach Curbside Recycling

        Subscription Fee: Contact your Town Office for Details

        Your service includes 2 Blue Boxes and Bi-weekly collection ( download calendar ). In 2008, the Town of Regina Beach also mandated a Curbside Recycling Service for all residents. We are very excited to have them on board & will update how much material we are collecting from their community!

        Have your bins out at the curb by 8:00 am to ensure collection. Please place bins at the end of your driveway & on the address side of your property.

          BLUE BOX 1:

          • Aluminum containers & tin cans
          • Milk cartons and milk jugs
          • Plastic beverage bottles, cereal box bags, plastic grocery and garbage bags
          • Household plastic with a number 1 - 7 on the bottom in the recycling logo.

          BLUE BOX 2:

          • Brown paper bags and tissue roll cores
          • Corrugated cardboard and paperboard (cereal) boxes
          • Magazines and catalogues
          • Telephone books
          • Junk mail, envelopes, newspaper and flyers
          • Letter-quality paper
          • Gift wrap and packing paper

          GROCERY BAGS

          To minimize unnecessary litter:

          • Please use your grocery bags for any extra paper/cardboard materials that will fit.
          • Please use your grocery bags for any shredded paper or any other household plastic materials such as lids, film and grocery bags.
          See our Recyclable Checklist for more details.

          SORTING REQUIREMENTS:

          RINSE:
          • Food tins and cans
          • Milk cartons and jugs
          FLATTEN:
          • All cardboard boxes
          • All boxboard material
          REMOVE:
          • Lids and caps

          WE DO NOT ACCEPT:

          • Light bulbs
          • Styrofoam
          • Window glass
          • Household garbage
          • Ceramics
          • Plastic food or product wrap
          • Glass bottles and jars
          • Plastic motor oil or hazardous chemical containers
          • Unclassified plastic items such as toys
          • Recyclables that are not properly rinsed or prepared