Metal, Electrical, and Electronics Recycling

In Ontario, more than 91,000 tonnes of electrical and electronics equipment are available for reuse and recycling every year. Only about one-quarter of this recycling is being managed properly. Under normal usage, unwanted electronics pose little or no hazards. However, many electronic products do contain hazardous materials such as lead, cadmium and mercury, that if not handled properly could have environmental impacts and cause health and safety concerns. Thus, the safe handling and proper management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) at the end of its life is crucial. The Minister of the Environment designated WEEE for a special diversion program to ensure that unwanted electronics are reused or recycled, and to stem the flow of these materials to landfill or improper processing in developing nations.

Your old unwanted electronics are directed to an approved Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) processing facility to be safely recycled. Primary and downstream processors have been audited to ensure they comply with OES’ Electronic Recycling Standard (ERS). 

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The types of metal we recycle as follows:
  • Used Iron & Steel
  • Scrap Steel & Iron
  • Mill Prepared Steel Scrap
  • Railroad Scrap & Ship Breaking
  • Copper Scrap
  • Bronze and Brass Scrap
  • Aluminum Scrap
  • Zinc Scrap
  • Magnesium Scrap
  • White metals (big appliances... i.e. fridge, deep freezer
  • Tin Scrap
  • Lead Scrap Stainless Steel Alloy Scrap
  • Titanium Scrap

  • Tungsten Scrap
  • Exotic Metals Scrap
  • Scrap Gold
  • Silver
  • Scrap Platinum Group Metals
  • Scrap Catalytic Converter
  • Mixed Precious Metals
If you have a build up on electronics and are looking to clear off your shelves for unwanted recyclable electronics, or if you are interested in learning more about our eWaste / Electronic Recycling programs in Ontario Contact Us Today.