Eligible products & environmental fees

Find out which tires are recycled in Alberta's Program.

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What happens to your tires?

Alberta Recycling works closely with municipalities, tire and vehicle dealers, tire shops and registered tire processors across the province to ensure tires are recycled safely and responsibly.

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Becoming a Registered Tire Collection Site

Municipalities, First Nations and Métis Settlements that would like to register their tire collection areas at landfills, transfer stations etc. please open this link for more information.

Community development

Tire recycling is good for the environment, but it also benefits Albertans directly. Alberta Recycling’s Municipal Grant Program provides funding to communities to help them incorporate recycled tire products into community enhancement projects or upgrade scrap tire collection areas at landfills, transfer stations or recycling depots.

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Did you know?

Over five million tires are recycled per year.

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Registered Tire Processors

Looking for the list of registered tire processors in Alberta? Get it here>>

Becoming a Registered Tire Processor

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Products from recycled tires

Looking for a list of recycled tire manufacturers in Alberta and their products?

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What's New?

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2016 Progress Report

by Alberta Recycling | Dec 01, 2016
The 2016 Progress Report provides highlights of the results achieved by Albertans in recycling electronics, paint, and tires.

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