About Us

[Re] Waste was developed to achieve long term sustainability through creativity and innovation.

Established in 2020, [Re] Waste began as a pilot project for the City of Beaumont, and has quickly grown to expand into other municipalities and industries. 

[Re] Waste began by taking single use grocery bags and melting them down using a kitchen griddle and clothing iron for proof of concept. We quickly learned how durable recycled plastic could be as we evolved from using household items to make our recycled plastic flakes to larger scale manufacturing.

We have built strong relationships with local businesses as well as industry leaders in the beauty, food, and cannabis industries. 

By meeting and working with people from so many different sectors, we have been encouraged to continue on our quest to reduce plastic. We have seen first hand the thousands of possible products we can create with recycled plastic, and are inspired to continue searching for innovative new ways to collect and divert plastic waste from landfills into a usable product.

Corey Saban, C.E.T, Founder and CEO — Born and raised in Edmonton, AB, Corey grew up playing sports and played basketball for Grant MacEwan and NAIT. After NAIT, Corey joined the construction industry​ where he spent 10 years building great relationships and projects. Corey enjoys training for Ironmans and endurance races and hosted his own “Do It Yourself Unofficial Ironman” in Pigeon Lake. Corey’s wife, Jill, is a Physiotherapist and loves to give back to the basketball community and is a High School Boys Basketball coach. Together, Jill and Corey have three kids. As a family, they enjoy spending time watching the kids play on their community sports teams or participating in Sportball. They also spend lots of time with their extended family going to Pigeon Lake or traveling.

[Re] Waste is constantly growing and finding new ways to help industries reduce their plastic waste. The possibilities are endless, and as we work together to reduce how much waste ends up in landfills, we will create a better world for the next generation.

[Re] Fact

In Canada, more than one-third of our plastics are created for single-use products or packaging.