Ricova Press Releases
Project to reduce GHGs produced by the transportation of municipal collection materials.
Ricova, Quebec’s most integrated company for the collection, sorting and recovery of residual and recyclable materials, has won an important bid for the collection of residual materials with the MRC des Pays-d’en-Haut.
Montréal, February 2, 2023 – With the acquisition by Ricova of six optical sorters from the French company specializing in machinery for sorting centres, Pellenc ST, the Saint-Michel sorting centre now has a contamination rate of 2%.
Brossard, September 30, 2022 – Following the report in the Journal de Montréal and for TVA’s J.E. program, Dominic Colubriale reiterates that his company, Ricova, and himself have no connection to organized crime.
After several weeks of negotiations to regularize the surplus of recyclable materials at the sorting centre in Lachine, Ricova agreed this morning with Montreal municipal authorities to continue efforts to find solutions about the accumulated materials without stopping operations.
Ricova challenges before the Superior Court the decision of the City of Montreal to register it in the Register of ineligible businesses
Brossard, June 16, 2022 – Ricova Services requests that the Superior Court rescind the City of Montreal’s Executive Committee decision to register Dominic Colubriale, Ricova Services, Ricova Lachine, Ricova RSC and Ricova International on the City of Montreal’s Ineligible Businesses Register, for a period of five years.
Brossard, March 23rd, 2022 – “Ricova has never cheated the city of Montreal,” says Dominic Colubriale, president and CEO of Ricova. In fact, the city has never made as much money from recycling as it has in the last 14 months with 5.8 million dollars royalties from Ricova.
Brossard, March 21st, 2022 – The Chief Executive Officer of Ricova, Dominic Colubriale, reviewed the report of Inspector Brigitte Bishop of the City of Montreal’s Office of the Inspector General (BIG). At the outset, he refutes the conclusions made, which are not in line with the real situation.
In recent weeks, several media reports and columns have reported on the performance of sorting centres serving the Montreal region. Beyond the improvements that need to be made and that Ricova has been working on since the recovery of the sorting centers’ operations, it is important to set the record straight.
Ricova Services Inc. pursue its expansion in Montérégie by acquiring the company Jean-Pierre Guay Transport
Ricova Services Inc, a Quebec-owned company that fully integrates the process of collection, sorting, and reselling of recyclables, has acquired Jean-Pierre Guay Transport Inc.