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The bins are coming! The bins are coming!

We are just about ready to launch the 2017/2018 School Recycling Program and we couldn’t be more excited. The bins have been ordered and are making the journey to Alberta.

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Community Champions Highlight: Winnifred Stewart Association

Winnifred Stewart Association, Empties to Winn program was created in June of 2006 with the placement of 75 collection containers in one Edmonton neighbourhood.  Alberta Depot was instrumental in supporting...

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Universal Bottle Depot in Camrose Recognized for Community Involvement

The Universal Bottle Depot in Camrose was the recipient of the latest winning Applaud in the Applaud a Depot program.

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The World's First Green Carnival - Sustainival!

Alberta Depot was recently a proud sponsor of the world’s first green carnival, Sustainival. Sustainival is powered entirely by renewable energy: solar, wind, and biodiesel produced from waste vegetable oil.

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Walden Bottle Depot Recognized for Excellent Customer Service

The most recent recipient in the Applaud a Depot program is the Walden Bottle Depot! This location is the newest Depot in Calgary, and is a fantastic example of the...

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School recycling program award winners announced

Another school year is coming to a close, which means our school recycling program will be taking a break over the summer.

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Celebrating Environment Week

The Beverage Container Management Board, Alberta Recycling and the Alberta Used Oil Management Association are teaming up again this year to celebrate Environment Week and thank Albertans for recycling.

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Carton recycling in Alberta

Milk, juice and dairy alternatives such as soy, almond and coconut milk have become common household staples across North America.

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Recycling beverage containers while camping

It’s camping season, and many Albertan’s will be anxiously venturing into the outdoors to enjoy all that our beautiful province has to offer.

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