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Recycling Statistics in Saskatchewan
1,050 tonnes of grain bags were collected and recycled.
490 million beverage containers were collected and recycled.
1,770 tonnes of electronics were collected and processed.
102 tonnes of batteries were collected and processed.
37,370 tonnes of printed paper and packaging were collected and processed.
335,370 litres of paint were collected and managed. 134.7 tonnes of paint containers were collected and recycled.
963,720 tires were collected and processed.
15.2 million litres of used oil were collected and processed. 1.6 million oil filters were collected and recycled.
9,650 litres of core household hazardous waste products were collected for energy recovery or safe disposal. In addition, 13,830 aerosol units and 4,090 units of other physically hazardous products were also managed.