Curbside recycling has made it easier than ever to recycle from the comfort of your own home. It’s important to recycle instead of disposing everything in landfills as it helps divert waste from the landfill and contributes to a healthy Regina Beach.
The Town of Regina Beach encourages residents to participate in the curbside recycling program, which makes it easy for you to recycle common household products. Should an owner/tenant require a blue recycling bin, they can be obtained by calling the Town office at 306-729-2202.
Crown Shred & Recycling Ltd. collects the town’s recycling every two weeks. On pick-up days just place your recycling at the edge of your property & Crown Shred will do the rest.
Please ensure your bins are placed at the end of your driveway, or walkway in front of your yard as Crown Shred & Recycling drivers will no longer be collecting recycling bins located at the sides of houses, in garages, back yards, on decks, etc.
If your bin is missed due to not being taken to these areas for pickup, customers will have to wait for the next pickup date.
** Please note that glass jars are currently not being accepted for curbside pickup. **
The Town also has two Blue Bins for your recycling convenience. These bins are located on 2nd Street W & Nicoll Lane, and in the parking lot by the Regina Beach Fire Department/Water Treatment Plant.
Please remember to break down boxes before you discard them into the Blue Bins.
“We in Saskatchewan are committed to a healthy environment and a sustainable economy. Along with that is a growing recognition that we need to get past the “throw away” mentality. In fact, we now understand that much of what used to be called “waste” is a resource that can be re-used”.
Additional Recycling Information
S.W.E.E.P. (Saskatchewan Waste Electronic Equipment Program)
A program to keep old electronics out of Saskatchewan landfills and protect the environment. Old electronics may be dropped off at any Sarcan depot.
For more information: https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/
Beyond Paper and Plastic Recycling
Reduce, reuse, recycle – sounds simple right? So simple that recycling bins at home and in the office are becoming a familiar sight, with more people recycling their used paper and plastic bottles. But did you know that you can take your recycling beyond the curb and recycle or reuse just about anything that you put your mind to? All you need to do is think outside the box – and in this case we mean quite literally the recycling box!
NOT SURE IF IT’S RECYCLABLE OR GARBAGE? Visit the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction recycling search engine to find out where to take items not accepted in Loraas’ recycling program including propane cylinders, styrofoam, used oil, paint, light bulbs, needles, and more! https://www.saskwastereduction.ca/