ALBERTA ELECTRONICS RECYCLING PROGRAM

The Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA) is an organization that acts on behalf of the province to oversee all aspects of end-of-life processing of electronics, paint, tires and used oil materials within the province of Alberta. ARMA has recently expanded the amount of electronic products included under the program within a new pilot program announcement.

Claystone Waste collects items under ARMA at our Lindbrook, Tofield, Ryley and Viking Transfer Stations.

Please make sure to prepare items for recycling when you bring them in. For example, if you are bringing in a vacuum, make sure to empty the canister. Batteries can be left in items, however, loose batteries are not necessarily accepted. Power tool batteries and automotive batteries can be brought in for recycling.

Below are examples of items that can be brought to our transfer stations for recycling.

Small Appliances
Fan
Hair dryer
Heater
Iron
Microwave
Toaster
Shaver
Vacuum

Games, Toys and Music
Amplifier
Guitar / Keyboard
Microphone
Ride-on Toy
Toy Robots / Cars
Video Gaming Equipment

Power and Air Tools
Drill
Grinder
Nail Gun
Residential Air Compressor
Shop Vacuum
Saws

Audio/Visual
CD Player
Clock Radio
Digital Camera
DVD Player
Headphones
Satellite Dish
Satellite Radio
Speakers
Video Camera

Telecom Devices
Answering Machine
Cell Phone
Landline Phone
Modem and Router
Pager
Speakerphone

Visit www.armaepilot.com/produclist for all the pilot program specifics or visit www.claystonewaste.com for more information about what items can be recycled, what items are accepted at each transfer station, and the hours of operation of each transfer station.

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