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We live in a society that is hungry for technology, consuming all of the latest gadgets despite the devastating environmental consequences. Our waste electronics are polluting drinking water, harming ecosystems, depleting the Earth’s natural resources and creating a huge demand for mining. As both consumers and inhabitants of the Earth, we hold a certain responsibility to reduce these environmental hazards to the best of our abilities. Keep reading to learn more about e-waste, its deadly risks and how you can dispose of your electronics properly. 

What is e-waste?

E-waste (electronic waste) refers to technology that is no longer working or wanted. From your cellphone to your dishwasher, it covers a whole range of electric and electronic equipment. 

Environmental risks

The environmental hazards caused by improper disposal of e-waste can be briefly described as follows:

  1. Air Pollution: Burning of wires release hydrocarbons in the atmosphere.
  1.  Water Pollution: Electronic devices contain toxic metals like mercury, lead and lithium, which when disposed of improperly, mixes with ponds, lakes and groundwater. Communities that directly depend on these sources of water then consume it unknowingly. These heavy metals are hazardous for all forms of living beings.
  2.  Soil Pollution: These heavy metals enter the food chain as they are absorbed by plants from the soil. These metals not only destroy the plants, but also are then consumed by other living beings, leading to a poisonous food chain.

Source: (https://get-green-now.com/reduce-ewaste-hazards/)

Human risks

Did you know that a growing body of clinical studies has shown concern about the potential threat of e-waste to human health? The poor methods used by unregulated backyard operators to process and recycle e-waste materials expose the workers to a number of harmful substances. Processes such as breaking down components, chemical processing, and incineration are used and result in direct exposure and inhalation of toxic chemicals. This affects workers especially in developing countries, where safety equipment such as gloves, face masks, and ventilation fans are virtually unknown. Long-term exposure to these toxic chemicals can cause neurological disorders, bone loss, an increased risk of cancer and damage the kidneys, liver and nervous system.

How can I help?

Electronics will always produce waste, but the problem of global e-waste (electronic waste) has rapidly increased in recent years. As consumers, we bear a the responsibility of making good and smart purchases.

“Reduce, reuse and recycle” can also apply to e-waste. In 2016, the estimated value of recoverable materials in global e-waste was $64.6 billion, but only 20 percent of it was properly recycled to enable recovery of the valuable materials. With smart purchasing and good maintenance, you can reduce your generation of e-waste. Reuse still functioning equipment by donating your old electronics or selling it to someone else. Lastly, remember to recycle products that are broken beyond repair. As a leading Canadian recycler, Manville Recycling will collect your e-waste and process it properly. We accept monitors, CD players, DVD players, stereos and much more. For more information and to view the full list, visit https://manvillerecycling.com/what-we-collect/e_waste/.

The Growing Problem With E-Waste

We live in a society that is hungry for technology, consuming all of the latest gadgets despite the devastating environmental consequences. Our waste electronics are polluting drinking water, harming ecosystems, depleting the Earth’s natural resources and creating a huge demand for mining. As both consumers and inhabitants of the Earth, we hold a certain responsibility to reduce these environmental hazards to the best of our abilities. Keep reading to learn more about e-waste, its deadly risks and how you can dispose of your electronics properly. 

What is e-waste?

E-waste (electronic waste) refers to technology that is no longer working or wanted. From your cellphone to your dishwasher, it covers a whole range of electric and electronic equipment. 

Environmental risks

The environmental hazards caused by improper disposal of e-waste can be briefly described as follows:

  1. Air Pollution: Burning of wires release hydrocarbons in the atmosphere.
  1.  Water Pollution: Electronic devices contain toxic metals like mercury, lead and lithium, which when disposed of improperly, mixes with ponds, lakes and groundwater. Communities that directly depend on these sources of water then consume it unknowingly. These heavy metals are hazardous for all forms of living beings.
  2.  Soil Pollution: These heavy metals enter the food chain as they are absorbed by plants from the soil. These metals not only destroy the plants, but also are then consumed by other living beings, leading to a poisonous food chain.

Source: (https://get-green-now.com/reduce-ewaste-hazards/)

Human risks

Did you know that a growing body of clinical studies has shown concern about the potential threat of e-waste to human health? The poor methods used by unregulated backyard operators to process and recycle e-waste materials expose the workers to a number of harmful substances. Processes such as breaking down components, chemical processing, and incineration are used and result in direct exposure and inhalation of toxic chemicals. This affects workers especially in developing countries, where safety equipment such as gloves, face masks, and ventilation fans are virtually unknown. Long-term exposure to these toxic chemicals can cause neurological disorders, bone loss, an increased risk of cancer and damage the kidneys, liver and nervous system.

How can I help?

Electronics will always produce waste, but the problem of global e-waste (electronic waste) has rapidly increased in recent years. As consumers, we bear a the responsibility of making good and smart purchases.

“Reduce, reuse and recycle” can also apply to e-waste. In 2016, the estimated value of recoverable materials in global e-waste was $64.6 billion, but only 20 percent of it was properly recycled to enable recovery of the valuable materials. With smart purchasing and good maintenance, you can reduce your generation of e-waste. Reuse still functioning equipment by donating your old electronics or selling it to someone else. Lastly, remember to recycle products that are broken beyond repair. As a leading Canadian recycler, Manville Recycling will collect your e-waste and process it properly. We accept monitors, CD players, DVD players, stereos and much more. For more information and to view the full list, visit https://manvillerecycling.com/what-we-collect/e_waste/.

Why Can’t You Put Dead Batteries In The Trash?

When throwing your rubbish away, most people know that there are some items that should never go in the household trash. This includes dead batteries, although few know the reason why. In this article, we will be explaining the importance of disposing your batteries correctly, and why batteries in the household trash can cause environmental hazards.  

 

The Dangers of Batteries 

 Batteries can be either primary (a one-time use battery) or secondary (rechargeable and reusable). Whether its your standard alkaline AA battery, a rechargeable cell phone battery, or the battery from your car, you should treat it with care by using safe storage and disposal methods,” says James Dickerson, Ph.D., Consumer Reports’ chief scientific officer. Most batteries are made with a number of harmful and toxic heavy metals, including: 

  • Cadmium 
  • Lead 
  • Lithium 
  • Potassium 
  • Mercury 
  • Copper 
  • Zinc 
  • Manganese  

If your old batteries end up in a landfill, these harmful pollutants can leak into the environment and contaminate groundwater, damage fragile ecosystems and end up in the food chain. Furthermore, theres also a possibility that they can overheat and spark a fire. 

 

When youre collecting and storing batteries for recycling, its important to take precautionary measures to reduce the risk of any short-circuits. This includes placing masking tape over the positive terminal end so that it may not come into contact with metal or other batteries, and reusing the original packaging to house the spent ones. Another effective way to store used batteries is placing them in a secure container that keeps them lined up side-by-side. This prevents them from brushing up against anything thats metallic or conductive.  

 

By using your common garbage service improperlyyoure exposing the the land, water supplies, and your community to toxic materials. At Manville, a leading Canadian recycler, we accept and collect all of your recyclable materials. Keep in mind that when you recycle your batteries, almost no waste is created in the process! You can bring any type of lead acid battery to us for recycling. So that means you can recycle car/automotive batteries, lead acid, lead gel, steel case, lithium-ion & much more.For more information, visit manvillerecycling.com or check out https://manvillerecycling.com/what_happens_when_you_recycle_batteries/ 

 

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The Benefits of Recycling Scrap Metal in Toronto

When you think about recycling the first products that come to mind are plastics, paper, and cardboard.  One thing that frequently slips one’s mind is scrap metal.  In fact, you may have scrap metal that you don’t even realize.

  • Clothes hangers
  • Batteries
  • Appliances
  • Cans
  • Electronics

There are some significant reasons to recycle metal.

Environmental

Instead of loading up landfills, keep these metals out.  Recycle companies will take the base and precious metals and extract them for resale to manufacturers.  These manufacturers will then reuse the products instead of mining for virgin ore.

Mining is a far more expensive process than recycling and that will do nothing but drive up the cost of the new products being produced.  In addition, it depletes the limited natural resources on our planet.  Mining can also destroy natural habitats for plants, animals and beneficial insects that keep everything in balance.

By processing the same metal over and over and reforming it into new products, it is like having a renewable resource.

It takes less energy to create a product from recycled metal than from virgin ore.  The production of raw ore into usable metal also releases more greenhouse emissions than the process of making manufactured goods from recycled metal.  The methodology of recycling also uses 40% less water than working with virgin ore.

Economics

It is estimated that the recycling industry for metals creates 36 times more jobs than simply incinerating the same amount of metal.  Additionally, it will create 6 times more jobs than sending the metal to a landfill.

Statistics have shown that the amount of energy saved is 92% for aluminum, 90% for copper, and 56% for steel.  These are significant savings that can be passed along to the consumers (us) for new and replacement products in our homes and daily lives.

Most recyclers are willing to pay for metal.  That means cash for you to use as you like as well as the satisfaction of contributing to the green movement.

Personal

It will clear out clutter.  Even items that are neatly arranged will take up space that you can use for other purposes.  Selling scrap metal is a great way to fund your next DIY or craft project.  You will also be supporting employment within your own community.

Landfills are messy, smelly disasters.  When non-biodegradable elements are added to the heap, they can add contaminants to the soil.  When rain washes these pollutants into rivers, streams and lakes, it can damage our fresh water supply.

Sometimes people think that they can’t make a difference in their ordinary lives.  That is certainly not true.  By recycling, each individual makes a significant impact on the quality of our lives.  Be an influencer.  Instead of posting yet another photo of a meal, use social media to show how you are helping the environment by recycling metals.  Have your children, grandchildren, or neighbor kids help you gather metal and load it into the car.  You will become a positive stimulus in your own quiet way.

Call us at Manville Recycling with any questions you may have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We Will Collect Your Scrap Metal in Toronto

Manville Recycling is a Toronto-based company that specializes in scrap metal recycling.  We began in 2003 as a small-family owned and operated business out of concern for our environment and its future.

The metal products we accept are:

  • Copper
  • Aluminium
  • Zinc
  • Misc metal
  • Wires
  • Stainless steel
  • Brass

We believe in the benefits of recycling for our planet and for our own well being.  By using our services, you have the opportunity to join us in this quest for a better world.

Environmental – Natural resources are conserved because it takes less energy to make new metal out of old versus mining new ore and turning it into usable metal.  In addition, greenhouse gases are far less in the recycling process than in new manufacturing.  Plus it takes 40% less water to recycle metal rather than mining new ore.  This also means that there will be more natural resources available for other purposes.

Energy – By recycling just one aluminum can, the average individual will conserve enough energy to light a 60 watt bulb for about four hours.  Multiply that by the number of beverage cans you see in a single day and it is amazing.

Economics – More jobs are created through the metal recycling industry than by sending the scrap to a landfill or into an incinerator.  Not only does it create and sustain more jobs, but the use of recycled metals helps the businesses who use them by reducing the cost of the product.  In other words, the same piece of equipment will cost the owner less if it is made out of recycled metal than if it is made out of new metal.

While Manville Recycling specializes in copper and related products, we accept many types of metal scrap.

In fact, we are happy to offer you a fair price for the scrap metal that you bring to our facility.  For the convenience of our customers, our plant is open for business starting at 7:30 each morning, six days a week.  We don’t close until 6:00 p.m. most days.  We accept your material and weigh it.  Our scales are open for viewing and based on that weight, we prepare an offer based on the current rates.  Our staff is trained in how to best handle different types of metal and how to best recycle it into usable products.

Our operation is focused on safeguarding the future of our country and planet through recycling efforts.  Through these efforts we are helping you with a convenient method of recycling to preserve the natural resources available and to make materials available for the use of our society.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We love to talk with our consumers and one of our representatives is happy to help you with any concerns.  You can also contact us through this site.  We look forward to working with you.

 

 

 

 

 

Metal As A Clean Fuel

Burning fossil fuels has long been the practice for satisfying our energy needs. And we’re paying the price. Fossil fuels has exacted an enormous toll on the world, creating tremendous amounts of air and water pollution. Due to its high carbon content, fossil fuels contribute to global warming and encourages environmental destruction.

 

A Potential Solution?

 

A McGill-led research points to metal powders as a potential long-term replacement for fossil fuels. According to a 2015 study from the journal Applied Energy, metal powders could provide a more viable solution than other widely discussed alternatives such as hydrogen, biofuels or batteries. McGill University professor, Jeffrey Bergthorson and lead author of this study, states:

“Technologies to generate clean electricity – primarily solar and wind power – are being developed rapidly; but we can’t use that electricity for many of the things that oil and gas are used for today, such as transportation and global energy trade.”

Although biofuels can be part of the solution, it won’t be able to satisfy all the demands. Hydrogen, for example, requires large and heavy fuel tanks and is dangerously explosive, while batteries are too bulky and do not have enough energy-storing capabilities to be used in many applications.

However, Bergthorson stated that “using metal powders as recyclable fuels that store clean primary energy for later use is a very promising alternative solution.”

The journal, co-authored by Bergthorson with five other McGill researchers and a European Space Agency scientist in the Netherlands, details the concept of using fine metal particles to power external combustion engines. Unlike the internal-combustion engines (gasoline-powered cars), external-combustion engines use heat from an outside source to create usable energy. Burning metal fuels, which react with air to form stable metals, have the potential to create non-toxic solid-oxide products that can be collected easily for recycling. Technically feasible, further laboratory work and prototype-building is now the next step.

Metal-fueled heat engines are predicted to be close to current fossil-fueled engines in terms of energy and power densities. With its low-carbon emissions and zero CO2 potential, researchers at McGill and the European Space Agency continue developing metal recycling processes that will help us shift away from fossil fuels.

 

A Second Chance for Recyclable Waste: Landfill Mining

Landfills are commonly cast in a negative light. When you think of landfills, your mind likely journeys from thoughts of long-term methane emissions to air and groundwater pollution to restrictions on urban development. The list of negative qualities is certainly obvious. Worldwide, the generation of municipal solid waste (MSW) has been steadily increasing and landfills remain the dominant means for managing solid waste. To make matters worse, The World Bank has reported that global waste is predicted to triple by 2100.

Because of improper diversion of recycled materials, landfills continue to receive significant quantities of recyclable materials, especially metals. While recycling plastics and metals properly certainly makes a vital contribution towards minimizing landfill growth, there is a recent endeavour to reuse waste materials found in landfills. Landfill mining has reconceptualized our take on landfills. As opposed to harmful burdens, countries worldwide are now seeing the potential of these vast quantities as an enormous new resource. Since the economic value of landfilled metals is significant, it has fostered a global interest in recovering the landfilled metals through mining.

Landfills are now being viewed as an enormous untapped resource for many metals. Valuable recyclable materials formerly treated as waste are now being mined from landfills, providing a second chance at proper recycling. With such vast quantities taking up space in our landfills, this material now has the potential to provide a replenished supply for declining supplies of metals, which are commonly found in electronic products.

The Landfill Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a summary of the potential benefits of landfill reclamation. In addition to providing an additional resource for many metals and other reusable materials, landfill mining frees up valuable space and alleviates local pollution concerns related to landfills. The mining process extends the life of the landfill facilities by removing large amounts of recoverable materials. Recovering materials such as ferrous metals, aluminum and plastic is also an economic benefit since the market for such materials is ongoing. While we all know the benefits that are associated with proper recycling processes, the truth of the matter is that an enormous quantity of recycled materials actually end up in landfills. According to the National Geographic, a shocking 79% of recycled plastics are accumulating in landfills. With statistics like these, maybe landfill mining is the solution we’ve been waiting for.

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Deal With Your Scrap Metal in The Most Responsible Way

Nowadays, more than ever before, we understand our joint responsibility for the planet we call home. In the past, we might have been a little uncaring, perhaps assuming that the worst would never happen, but now we have firm evidence that the worst will come our way if we don’t act fast.

The things we do in the present day have a firm and very direct impact on the planet which are children and our children’s children will call home. With that in mind, dealing with your scrap metal in the most responsible of ways is a small but very weighty step you can take towards ensuring that you’re doing your bit for the planet.

Surely Scrap is Just Scrap?

Surely a piece of scrap metal in Toronto is just that – scrap, right? Yes, it’s scrap, but throwing it away however you please means you’re placing the environment in grave danger. Certain types of materials are not biodegradable, and don’t break down in a swift or healthy way. They can leave residue which finds its way into the rivers and lakes, penetrating down into the soil and affecting the way trees grow and the food which certain animals eat.

Put simply, throwing your scrap metal away in a haphazard way means you’re not taking your environmental responsibility at all seriously. The good news is that there is another option.

Here at Manville Recycling, we more than understand your predicament. You want rid of this piece of metal, but it’s too big to just store somewhere in the garage, and you’re not at all sure where else to put it. The answer? Let us take it away for you and we’ll recycle in the best way, according to the type of metal that it is.

You see, not all materials can be recycled correctly and some need to be analyzed, with a plan put into place. We can do that, taking the whole problem off your hands. That means you don’t have to worry whether or not you’ve disposed of scrap metal correctly or not and your conscious in terms of the environment is completely clean.

All you need to do is give us a call when you have scrap metal in Toronto you want to recycle and we’ll come and collect it from you. Then, we’ll analyze it, come to the best conclusion on how to recycle it, and we’ll do what we need to do in order to protect the planet and get the job done at the same time.

Give us a call today!

 

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Scrap Metal Recycling in Toronto

If you are looking for a good place to recycle scrap metal in Toronto, try Manville Recycling.  We handle a variety of metals and have been promoting recycling in the area for well over a decade.

If you look around you will find any number of metals that can easily be recycled.

Aluminum

This is probably the one you spot the most.  Beverage cans are aluminum.  It is also found in automobile radiators and automotive wheel rims.  You will also find it as guttering and some household sidings.  It is easily identified because it is lightweight and non magnetic.

Copper

Copper is an exceptional electrical and heat conductor and for that reason you will find it in most homes and buildings as wire and plumbing.  It will also be found on cooking utensils like skillets and kettles.

Zinc

Another very hard metal, it is frequently found as the handles and corners of screen doors, vacuums, and even gum ball machines.  Generally you will see it used in metal roofs and plumbing.  Manville is one of the few places that will accept zinc as a recyclable product.

Stainless Steel

Highly resistant to stains, rust and heat, stainless steel is very bacterial resistant.  For this reason it is used for tableware, as well as work surfaces in the food industry and hospitals.  So, if you are tired of your pattern for forks, spoons, and knives, just take them in and get a few dollars that will go toward your new set.

There are a few other metals that can be recycled, but they are far less common than the ones outlined here.

It seems like we are being bombarded with the insistence of recycling.  That’s because it is a good idea.  There are a number of reasons to take care of scrap metal recycling in Toronto.

  • Resources – The earth has a limited supply of metals. When we have mined it all, there will be none left.  There is no way to make more.  By recycling today we will be better able to conserve what is left in the ground for future generations and use.
  • Landfills – We are running out of space to put our trash.
  • Mining – Extracting minerals from the soil impacts the stability of the land. During the digging and processing, chemicals, dust, and metal particles are released into the air.  The cost of mining ores comes with a financial burden in human power and equipment.
  • Money – Many recycling plants will actually pay you money for the metal you bring in.

If you make it a practice to regularly recycle, you may find that you have less and less trash that needs to go to the landfill.

  • Think before you throw.  Start a separate box for those metal items that can be recycled.
  • Lead by example.  If you demonstrate to your children how much better it is to recycle, maybe they will remember it.  Take a soft drink can out of the trash and put it in a recycle bin.  Visuals work.
  • Combine your metal with neighbours, coworkers, or friends to make a single trip to the recycling center.  Set a date on the calendar and make it an event.  If you get paid, treat yourself or your family to something like ice cream.  If you don’t feel you need to keep the money, put it in the poor box at church or give it to a homeless person.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recycling Today, Restoring Tomorrow

Climate change is a hugely debated topic on a local, national, and international level. As the importance of environmental sustainability has become more apparent, so has the hype surrounding recycling. However, even with its growing popularity across the globe, many questions about recycling still linger. Is it worth the effort? Is recycled waste just going to end up in a landfill in China? Is recycling metal as important as recycling plastic?

On the surface, recycling is a great idea. Waste has a huge negative impact on the natural environment and recycling helps to reduce the pollution caused by waste. But, here’s the caveat: It’s only effective if it’s done correctly.

So, in order to help you help the environment, let’s answer a few of your most basic questions about scrap metal recycling!

Does recycling do more harm than good?

Aside from the fact that recycling prevents us from burying our waste in the ground, studies have found that it actually requires double the energy to manufacture products from virgin materials versus materials from recyclables. This includes the energy used for collecting, hauling and processing the recycled products. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recycling just one ton of aluminum cans can conserve the equivalent of 1,024 gallons of gasoline. The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has reported that recycling metal could cut greenhouse gas emissions by 300 million to 500 million tons. The numbers are in. Recycling is worth it.

Can all metals be recycled?

In some cases, metal cannot be recycled if it potentially contains toxins or other hazardous materials. Examples of potentially toxic metal items that should not be recycled include empty paint cans, motor oil cans, propane gas tanks, and pots and pans.

Are batteries recyclable?

While batteries contain a number of materials that are recyclable, you should never throw your batteries in the bin. Batteries are made with many toxic chemicals such as lead, lithium, and mercury that can leech into the soil and cause environmental and health hazards. You should always recycle batteries at proper recycling facilities or at a battery bank that can be found at nearby supermarkets, community centers, or even in your workplace.

Should wires be recycled or thrown in the garbage?

Wires and cables should never go in the garbage or in the recycling bin. They typically contain metals like copper that make them extremely hazardous if put in the trash. It is extremely important that you never recycle cables with other household recyclables. If you have electrical wiring, you should always recycle it as scrap metal.

What’s the difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metals?

Ferrous metals contain a large percentage or iron or steel, while non-ferrous metals are typically iron-free. The best way to test whether or not your metal is ferrous is with a magnet – if the magnet sticks to the metal, it is ferrous. A magnet will not cling to non-ferrous metals. Not every scrap metal recycling facility will accept both so always be sure to check first!

What are some common examples of household scrap metals that should be recycled at proper recycling facilities?

  • Kitchen appliances such as refrigerators and stoves
  • Window frames
  • Automotive parts
  • Ladders
  • Pots and pans
  • Utensils and cutlery
  • Coat hangers
  • Door knobs and hinges
  • Screws, bolts, nails and tools
  • Lighting fixtures
  • Air vents and ducts
  • Wires and cables
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Power tools
  • Exercise equipment
  • Thermostats
  • Extension cords
  • Aluminum siding
  • Ironing boards
  • Patio furniture
  • Bicycles

Now that you have a better understanding of scrap metal recycling, we hope you’ll help us do our part to preserve the environment. Let’s recycle today for a better tomorrow.

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Scrap Metal Drop Off In Toronto

Most people have a large amount of scrap metal that gets accumulated over time, in their homes or businesses and it can become difficult to dispose of it responsibly. One of the best ways to do this is to send the metal scrap for recycling.

The good part is that we make it easy for you to dispose of all the metal you don’t need. We have a number of different scrap metal drop-off in Toronto locations. This makes it very convenient for you to collect all the metal you have and drop it off at these places.

The Environmental benefits of recycling metal:

  • Reduces emissions, pollution as well as exhausts
  • Reduces the need for excessive amounts of mining
  • Conserves virgin deposits of metal ore
  • Ensures a steady supply of the raw material
  • Reduces energy consumption

Scrap Metal Drop Off in Toronto Services

Manville Recycling is a renowned company that handles metal waste recycling. Regardless of whether you want to discard domestic household metal waste, appliances, equipment or automotive steel, we can help you recycle it. Since we have a number of scrap metal drop off in Toronto locations, you have the option to drop off your metal scrap at any one of these locations.

Feel free to contact us for information on a location closest to you. This becomes a convenient way for homeowners and small businesses to reduce the wastage, and ensure that less scrap metal is sent to the landfills. We accept metals such as copper, aluminum, brass, tungsten, titanium, copper, zinc, stainless steel and more.

We also accept motors, compressors, network equipment, transformers, E-waste, batteries etc. Simply cart all these products to a scrap metal drop off in Toronto location near you and we will do the rest.

Responsible Scrap Metal Recycling

We follow government guidelines in our work, so you can rest assured that all the metal waste is recycled in a responsible manner. If you aren’t too sure about which metal waste you have in your home or business, but need it recycled, simply call us. Our team members will be at your location and will provide you this information. We offer reliable and efficient metal recycling in Toronto services and can dispose of all types of metal products and waste items.

If you want to know more about our services and about scrap metal drop off in Toronto points, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Manville Recycling. You can call 416-751-4732 or contact us today!

 

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"These guys helped me sort my scrap so I got maximum value, thanks guys!"
Manville Recycling
2014-06-02T04:54:50-04:00
"These guys helped me sort my scrap so I got maximum value, thanks guys!"
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