Report on 2012 operations

2012 was a good year in terms of volume of and cardboard and paper fibre processed ​at the Material Recycling Facility(MRF) in Prince Albert. Deliveries went well with very few operational issues. Shipping was brisk with the prices up a little according to our contractor. Inventories were kept at a minimum. 

When North Central saskatchewan Waste Management Corp was first started, the organization's goal  was 4000 tonnes per year. In 2012, 3700 tonnes of paper fibre were received at the MRF with 4396 tonnes shipped.

The volumes received since 2003 are listed.

2003    1542T

2004    2383T

2005    2203T

2006   2763T

2007    3076T

2008    3280T

2009    3716T

2010    4078T

2011    3523T

2012     3700T​


North Central Saskatchewan Waste Management Corp. (NCSWMC)
. . . is in the business of recycling paper and cardboard. 

NCSWMC is a non-profit corporation owned by 12 municipalities in North Central Saskatchewan.

  1. Village of Albertville
  2. Town of Birch Hills
  3. RM of Buckland #491
  4. RM of Garden River #490
  5. District of Lakeland #521
  6. Village of Meath Park
  7. Village of Paddockwood
  8. City of Prince Albert
  9. Prince Albert National Park (PANP)
  10. RM of Prince Albert #461
  11. Village of Weirdale
  12. Village of Christopher Lake

Map of Municipalities, Cities and Villages

GovernanceThe recovery facility:

NCSWMC is controlled by a seven member Board of Directors, selected from among the representatives appointed by its members.


The Material Recovery Facility is located at 460 40th St. East, Prince Albert.

Facility Operation:

Crown Shred and Recycling LogoCrown Shred & Recycling Inc. operates the facility under contract with NCSWMC.