Metals Recycling Facilities

We operate five conveniently located scrap metal centers — three in Alberta (Red Deer, Fort McMurray and Peace River) and two in British Columbia (Kimberley and Trail).

Our skilled site cleanup and demolition crews visit remote locations and prepare detailed plans for the removal and recycling of decommissioned oil fields, mine and small industrial sites – from demolition and site clean-up to removal and recycling, we can do it all.  

Shred Metal

Shred Metal

Small metal scraps including bike frames, air ducts, appliances, cars and other assorted materials.

Turnings

Turnings

Steel shavings or turning produced from the manufacturing process.

Auto Cast

Auto Cast

Cast iron drums and rotors with steel parts removed.

Steel

Plate and Structural Steel

Pipe, Steel Plate, H-beam, I-beam, from major construction sites and demolition.

Heavy Melting Scrap

Heavy Melting Scrap

Includes large metal debris such as demolition debris, wrought iron fencing and automotive metals.

Busheling

Busheling

Clean sheet clips and stampings from metal production.

Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal

Aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, tin, and zinc are among the many base metals that are referred to in the industry as nonferrous scrap. These materials have a variety of uses and maintain their chemical properties through repeated recycling and reprocessing. This trait makes nonferrous metals infinitely recyclable and important to maintaining sustainability in resource conservation.  Examples of non-ferrous material that Tervita accepts is as follows:

Copper

Copper

Sources include copper pipe, valves, commercial electronics and wiring.

Aluminum

Aluminum

Found in many places including building materials, kitchen utensils, cans and foils.

Brass

Brass

Can be found in bathroom fixtures, lights, keys, door handles and other hardware.

Insulated Wire Scrap

Insulated Wire

From electrical and construction projects and have many different grades.

Teck Cable

Teck Cable

Large Teck cables used in industrial industries.

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Commonly used in construction, automotive, energy, medical and food industries, stainless steel can be found everywhere.

How to get the most value from your scrap metal

Recycling your metals is not only good for the environment, but also for your wallet. Old appliances, materials from renovation projects and car scraps can all be taken to one of our locations to be recycled.

To get the most for your scrap you should have a basic understanding of metals to be able to separate your ferrous and non-ferrous metals and remove any non-metallics such as plastic, wood, insulation, rubber, etc.

How much is your scrap metal worth?

Things that may affect the price you get are:

  1. Scrap Metal Market Commodity Pricing
  2. Supply and demand
  3. Seasonality
  4. Type of scrap
  5. Scrap quality  

If you have questions about pricing, what can be recycled or how to drop off your scrap contact our Metal Recycling Facility in your area!

Kimberley

Phone: (250) 427-2994
Address:  330 317 Ave, Kimberley
  British Columbia [Map]

Peace River

Phone: (780) 332-4013
Address:  SW-1-84-23 W5M
  Grimshaw, Alberta [Map]

Red Deer

Phone: (403) 346-4185
Address:  8149 Edgar Industrial Close 
  Red Deer, Alberta [Map]

Trail

Phone: (250) 367-2205
Address:  9930 Crown Road
  Trail, British Columbia [Map]