The Association of Alberta Coordinated Action for Recycling Enterprises (Alberta CARE) was established in 2010 as a non-profit enterprise for the purpose of supporting recycling and waste management activities, at the community level, in Alberta. Alberta CARE is an expansion of Northern CARE which was established in 1994.
The goals of Alberta CARE, are summarized, as follows:
Specifically, the focus is to support communities, recycling groups and institutions, especially schools in implementing a waste recycling culture. This support consists of coordinating the purchase of recycling bins and related equipment, education seminars on composting and recycling in schools, organizing annual conferences and holding regular operator workshops to review recycling issues and strategies. These activities have encouraged individuals and communities to make recycling a part of their personal involvement and corporate culture in enhancing the environment and resource recovery.
Alberta CARE establishes and operates the following programs:
Alberta CARE membership is important in Alberta, as it brings together diverse interests and coordinates recycling plans and efforts to divert substantial waste from landfills by sharing knowledge and expertise.
As an additional bonus, Members will now have the opportunity to post FREE Job Postings and Classified Ads on the Alberta CARE website. Click here to learn how to join Alberta CARE.
Download the following FREE publications on recycling, composting and household alternatives to hazardous products:
Collection Site Spring Newsletter:
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