Gary started in the scrap metal business in his father’s company in Calgary in the early 1970s. In 1990 he moved to Toronto and teamed up with his brother-in-law, Jeff Shaffer, to start Peel Scrap Metal Recycling Ltd in Mississauga. Gary attended Arizona State University and is a B Comm. graduate of the University of Calgary.
Jeff co-founded Peel Scrap Metal Recyling Ltd. with Gary Dvorkin after successful careers at senior levels in both the public and private sectors. He holds degrees in science and in economics from Carleton University in Ottawa.
Jeremy is the son of Gary Dvorkin, and has been with Peel on a full time basis since 2003. Before that he worked for the company in a part time capacity all through his high school and college years. He has a business degree from Humber College and in keeping with his heritage he has a knack for business and innovation.
Ryan, a lifelong friend of Jeremy’s, came to Peel from the TD bank where he was a branch manager. Both his financial and people skills are extremely well utilized at Peel.
Like any business, we firmly believe that our best assets walk in the front door every morning. Our crew come from a variety of backgrounds, and bring with them both the technical and people skills that are necessary to help Peel Scrap Metal Recycling Ltd run effectively.
On the other side of the coin, safety is always an essential consideration and to that end, we ensure that all our employees are properly trained and certified.
Our crew is the engine that makes our business go and we have one of the scrap metal industry’s finest.