All waste materials in New Brunswick are managed in a sustainable and environmentally responsible way.
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
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.
The provincial government has established an electronics waste management program under the Clean Environment Act. Over the next year, Recycle NB and industry will work together to put an electronics waste management plan in place.
New Brunswick has had a waste management program for tires for 20 years. The program protects the environment by diverting waste tires from landfills and turning them into recycled rubber products.
Anne Lévesque, MBA
Ms. Lévesque is experienced in initiating, leading and supporting small and medium-sized organizations. She is Executive Director of the Canadian Rivers Institute at the University of New Brunswick.
Ms. McDermott is a retired civil servant. She is Managing Director of BethMc Solutions and active community volunteer.
Mr. DeLong is Owner / Proprietor of Bor-Mar-Gar Printing and active in various community services.
Ms. Barnett is a Registered Respiratory Therapist in Fredericton. She is an active community volunteer in Minto and has served on the ALS board of NB and Nova Scotia.
Mr. Mitton is a retired Occupational Health and Safety advisor. In addition, he is an avid outdoorsman.
Rod Borden, Chair
Mr. Borden is a retired educator and an active volunteer in the Saint John community.
For 13 years, Ms. Arsenault has been Director of Avenir jeunesse in the Acadian Peninsula. She works in partnership to develop long-term actions for youth development in the Acadian Peninsula and their integration in the labor market.
William (Bill) Sargent
Mr. Sargent is the former President of the NB Redemption Center Association. He also held a New Brunswick license to handle scrap metals.