Two Convenient GTA Locations

PEEL MISSISSAUGA
2301 Anson Drive,
(North of Derry Rd off Torbram)
905 612-1288

PEEL OAKVILLE
1150 South Service Rd W.,
(Between 3rd Line
& 4th Line)
905 825-1288

Hours of Operation:
7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday • 7:30 am to 12 Noon Saturday
Closed Holiday Weekends

Commonly Purchased Metals & Alloys

Aluminum • Copper • Brass • Insulated Wire • Stainless Steel • Nickel • Nickel Alloys • Titanium • Zinc • Lead • Carbide • Radiators • Transformers • Ballasts • Electric Motors • Lead Acid Batteries • End of Life Electronics • Cast Iron • Auto Cast • Steel

Our Services

Today’s recycling industry is nowhere near the same industry as it was even a decade ago. In today’s world, part of the basic cost of doing business in the recycling industry means investing in the equipment and machinery to manage a wide range of client needs and to do so with the least amount of environmental
impact.

 

Trucks, Bins & Storage
We operate a modern fleet of Roll-Off Trucks, as seen in the pictures above. These trucks have bins which range in size from 14 to 40 cubic yards in volume. We also offer a flat deck service.

Bin Measurements
  • 14 Yd 12’ x 7’ x 4’
  • 20 Yd 14’ x 7’ x 5' or 6’
  • 30 Yd 18’ x 7’ x 6’
  • 40 Yd 20’ x 7’ x 7’

We can also provide self-dumping hoppers, (.5, 1, 1.5, 2 cu yd), as well as totes and drums which are designed to accommodate a wide variety of material handling and/or storage requirements.

SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
In addition to the industry standard of basic cable strippers, electronic scales certified for trade and shears, Peel Scrap Metal Recycling Ltd. has recently invested in a chopping line to process insulated wire.

The chopping line is housed in a new facility located in Mississauga. This machine can chop and separate copper, aluminum and plastic in large volumes from most grades of insulated wire in an extremely efficient manner. The chopping line is currently being used to separate over 90% of the wire we purchase and allows us to also be able to recycle the plastic and tailings.

Another important tool in our shop is our niton analyzer which is designed to identify many different metals and more than 350 alloys. This tool is indispensable for both the evaluation and costing of metals and the precise separation for processing.

Where Our Scrap Metals Come From

  • Asset Recovery of unused or end-of-life material
  • Manufacturing and Processing 
  • Plant Cleanup
  • Construction
  • Demolition
  • Farms
  • Households

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