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Regina Recycling Map

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

Reducing and Reusing Basics

It’s a throwaway world .. but it doesn’t have to be

Sure, we all have things we throw away but we all should be looking into ways to reduce our waste

The most effective way to reduce waste is to not create it in the first place. Making a new product requires a lot of materials and energy – raw materials must be extracted from the earth, and the product must be fabricated then transported to wherever it will be sold. As a result, reduction and reuse are the most effective ways you can save natural resources, protect the environment and save money.

The maps below show locations in Regina to drop off things like:

City of Regina Blue Bins

The Big Blue Bin Program has been available to residents for over 25 years and has recycled approximately 60,000 tonnes of paper and cardboard.

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Acceptable Materials

All Big Blue Bins feature a door that is accessible to recyclers. All clean household paper can be deposited into the Big Blue Bin including:

  • Newspapers
  • Boxes (flattened)
  • Cardboard (flattened)
  • Flyers
  • Telephone books
  • Writing/office paper
  • Magazines

BIG BLUE BIN | Courtney Street & Sherwood Drive

BIG BLUE BIN | 2151 Broad Stree

BIG BLUE BIN | Jack Staples Arena

BIG BLUE BIN | Columbus Park

BIG BLUE BIN | Northwest Leisure Centre

BIG BLUE BIN | Rosemont Shopping Centre

BIG BLUE BIN | Sandra Schmirler Centre

BIG BLUE BIN | Sportplex

BIG BLUE BIN | Douglas Park

SARCAN Recycling

Deposit Beverage Containers

SARCAN accepts all deposit beverage containers for recycling.  When you bring your empty beverage containers to SARCAN, you are refunded the deposit that was paid on the container at the time of purchase.

Household Paint

SARCAN Recycling depots accept used household paint for reusing and/or recycling. If you have leftover household paint, bring it to SARCAN! If it can be reused, we will put it on the paint reuse shelf at the depot for customers to take free of charge. If the paint is not reusable, we will recycle it.

Electronics Recycling

SARCAN Recycling collects end-of-life electronics for responsible recycling at all of its depots in accordance with the Province of Saskatchewan’s Environmental Management and Protection Act. Saskatchewan’s provincial electronics recycling program is managed by the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA), a non-profit association created by electronics manufacturers and retailers. EPRA is funded by Environmental Handling Fees (EHFs) paid upon the purchase of new electronics.

Please note: We do not accept microwaves or other household appliances.

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Community Living

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Clothing and soft items are accepted at all bins

  • Men’s, Women’s, and Children’s clothing and shoes
    Accessories: jewellery, purses, wallets, laptop bags, backpacks, hats, mitts, scarves, nylons, socks, underwear
    Other soft items: blankets, sheets, towels, pillows, table clothsAccessories: jewellery, purses, wallets, laptop bags, backpacks, hats, mitts, scarves, nylons, socks, underwear
  • Other soft items: blankets, sheets, towels, pillows, table cloths

Media items are accepted at all drop-off locations

  • Hardback and paperback books
  • Records, cassette tapes, CDs
  • VHS, DVDs, and Blu-Ray
  • DVD & Blu-Ray Players
  • Video game consoles and cartridges

Small household items are accepted at all drop-off locations

  • Kitchen items: pots, pans, bakeware, kitchen utensils, dishes, cutlery, glassware
  • Children’s items: small toys, games, puzzles, stuffed animals
    Small appliances: coffee makers, toasters, bread makers, blenders, small radios
  • Misc: candles, small pictures/frames, baskets, ornaments, hand tools, knick-knacks

Community Living Bin | Rochdale Crossing YMCA

Community Living Bin | CO-OP Gas Bar

Community Living Bin | Victoria Square Mall

Community Living Bin | Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre

Community Living Bin | CO-OP Gas Bar

Community Living Bin | CO-OP Gas Bar

Community Living Bin | Bin at Splash Park/Co-operative Pre-schoo

Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army Thrift Store | Glencairn Shopping Centre

The Salvation Army Thrift Store | Carling Place Mall

Garbage & Storage Rentals Regina

D&P Disposal & Storage is a Regina-owned and operated garbage bin and mobile storage unit/pup rental business established in the fall of 2013.

Since then we have been providing courteous professional affordable rental service to the residents and businesses of Regina and the surrounding area.

Regina Garbage Bin & Storage Pup/Container Rentals