Managing Waste Reduction Programs and providing environmental stewardship

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Our Programs

All waste materials in New Brunswick are managed in a sustainable and environmentally responsible way.


Recycle NB ensures that 70% of all the paint collected is turned into new recycled paint products. It has a network of over 60 recycling locations in the province where you can take your old paint.


New Brunswick’s tire stewardship program diverts the equivalent of a million tires per year from our landfills.

Oil & Glycol

It is easy for you to recycle used oil, oil filters, oil containers, glycol and glycol containers in New Brunswick. Recycle NB oversees an industry-led and financed oil and glycol management plan.

Pharmaceutical Products and Medical Sharps

Recycle NB and industry will work together to put a management plan in place for pharmaceutical products and medical sharps.


The electronics recycling program diverts thousands of tonnes of electronic devices and equipment from the province’s landfills.

Packaging and Paper Products

Over the next year, Recycle NB and industry will work together to put a management plan in place for packaging and paper products.


The Annual General Meeting of Recycle New Brunswick will take place at the Best Western Hotel Edmundston on September 16, 2022 at 11 a.m.
Cleanfarms to collect unwanted agricultural pesticides, old livestock/equine medications during province-wide initiative
The provincial government announced today that Recycle NB can begin working with stakeholders to implement an Extended Producer Responsibility program for packaging and paper products.
Waste Reduction Week in Canada is an annual week-long celebration that gives individuals, schools, municipalities and businesses a chance to lead by example and take action to reduce, reuse and recycle.
The Annual General Meeting of Recycle New Brunswick will take place at the Hotel Shediac on September 24, 2021 at 11 a.m.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 31, 2021 – New Brunswickers are encouraged to support Environment Week by making an extra effort to cut back on household waste or participate in an activity that will help improve the province’s ecosystems.
FREDERICTON, NB, May 14, 2021 - It is with a heavy heart that the Board and Staff of Recycle NB mourn the loss of our Chair Elizabeth McDermott, who passed away earlier this week.
News Release: Recycle NB, COVID-19 and the Province’s Recycling Programs 30 April 2020 FREDERICTON (RNB) – As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been recommended that people stay at home when possible. As a result of this isolation measure, collection services provided for...
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Due to the current global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,  our designated material recycling programs may not be operating at full efficiency.  We ask that you keep in mind most drop off sites are independent businesses such as redemption ce...
Environment and Local Government Extended producer responsibility program to be developed for packaging and printed paper 18 October 2019 FREDERICTON (GNB) – An extended producer responsibility program for packaging and printed paper will be developed by the provincial government...
RNB announces New CEO The Board of Recycle NB is pleased to announce that Mr. Frank LeBlanc has been hired as the new CEO of Recycle NB. Mr. LeBlanc has an extensive background in Extended Producer Responsibility and stewardship program development. He has many years of experience with...

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