Efficient metal recycling in Toronto
Depending on the business sector and on the scope of recycling, the team at Tal Metal Recycling can offer various options for cost-effective metal recycling in Toronto. We can address specific business issues; we can clarify industry nuances; and we can effectively problem solve.
We care about the environment, and our operations are considered “green”. Our efforts are focused on reducing pollution; eliminating high volumes of waste; and trying to save energy where possible. We operate a safe workplace and take great pride in a history of injury-free days.
Tal Metal Recycling is a Canadian company. Our focus is on our customers, and our objective is to build sound relationships for the long term. As we continue to grow, both locally and globally, we are always improving our systems and constantly keeping up with industry trends and needs.
Protecting the environment while reducing energy consumption.
Scrap metal recycling in Toronto, and throughout most of the industrialized world, is recognized as one of the first truly “green industries.” This is a win-win industry at every stage, and clearly a business model that works at all levels. And the benefits to the environment are significant: conserving virgin deposits of ore; reducing exhausts, pollution and emissions; reducing energy consumption; and, of course, ensuring steady supplies of raw material worldwide.
As a commodity, scrap metal is all-inclusive, ranging from domestic household waste, to automotive steel, to aluminum appliances – raw scrap metal that is in high demand across the globe. Countries in need are willing to pay top dollar for the raw metal that other nations consider scrap, and scrap metal recycling in Toronto is one of the first stages in the process. In fact, scrap steel by itself, is among the top recyclable materials exported every year.
On a local community basis, scrap metal recycling in Toronto offers residential homeowners and smaller businesses the opportunity to reduce waste, while ensuring that none of the scrap goes to the landfill. On a bigger, industrial scale, and with vast amounts of metal being collected, the benefits of scrap metal recycling go beyond the avoidance of mining and excavating: the environment is protected; energy is conserved; and various sectors of the economy are stimulated.
Bin rentals and service in Toronto
Whatever the business, Tal Metal Recycling has a bin to match the need. Whether it’s industrial waste, construction debris, or conventional recycling material, bin rentals and service are available throughout Toronto. With a capacity up to 40 cubic yards, commercial and residential customers can rely on timely pickup, delivery, along with competitive pricing.
Offering a wide range of bin sizes, the experts at Tal Metal Recycling can even help determine the size and capacity of the most suitable bin. For example, a so-called 14-yard bin (12’ x 7’ x 4’) would be ideal for the typical contractor or renovator. All bins are clean; easy to open and close; and “driveway friendly”– this makes for easier pickup and delivery (without any damage).
With Tal Metal Recycling, service is at the forefront. Bins are available for specific time periods, and prices reflect time used, drop-off, and pick-up. For best accessibility, service schedules are based on the customer’s timetable. Importantly, a list of CAN GO items and CANNOT GO items are provided for the customer. Whatever the content, hazardous materials CANNOT GO in the bins.
Self-dumping hoppers are also available – these are designed to streamline the collection process, while making waste separation more efficient. Self-dumping hoppers make for easy collection, less labour, and less cost. With Tal Metal Recycling, customers are always assured of responsible disposal practices. Quality service is provided for retail, industrial, or commercial customers.
Worldwide statistics vary, with regard to the amounts of ferrous and non-ferrous materials that are disposed, and how much of that total disposal is actually recycled. But general trends show recovery rates of about one third, which on their own contribute to the conservation of virgin resources, and the elimination of greenhouse gas emissions.
Scrap metal recycling in Toronto, an integral part of the nation’s recycling industry, contributes to the huge amounts of materials being recycled – all this, with significantlyless energy being used than the mining and processing of virgin metals. And with ferrous and non-ferrous metals contributing to high recovery rates, it’s the non-ferrous group that makes the biggest impression, mainly because of the 99% recovery rate of lead in batteries.
Locally, there are numerous sources of waste that scrap metal recycling in Toronto can rely on. From the manufacturing sector, for instance, scrap is purchased as discarded material, after the production of products using steel. In addition, post-consumer steel is also a viable source of recoverable metal, and includes household appliances, automobiles and debris from demolition sites.
The businesses that comprise scrap metal recycling in Toronto are involved in the full extent of the process - from the systematic collection, to the sorting, separating, and cleaning. Indeed, the more enhanced and fine-tuned each step, the more profitable the recycled material. After all, there is a bottom line at every stage, and an economic payoff for every partner.
For metal recycling in Toronto, depend on Tal Metal Recycling
Tal Metal Recycling buys, separates, and distributes metal for industrial and commercial clients. Our team comprises highly skilled industry professionals who understand metal recycling and the ins and outs of the marketplace. For metal recycling in Toronto, local clients depend on Tal Metal Recycling for a high standard of customer service, and an honest approach to business.
Our people are always up-to-date with customer needs and with market prices - both locally and globally. For clients interested in metal recycling in Toronto, we specialize in non-ferrous metal, including aluminum, copper, bronze, brass, lead and nickel. Our metal recycling systems are leading edge, with computerized search systems that monitor supply and demand worldwide.