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Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 1/22/04 Title: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are a new recycling company operating using a variety of unique methods for waste processing, as well as some standard recycling processes. We will be accepting a variety of hard to recycle materials and materials considered non-recyclable due to various considerations, whether it be 'contamination', a combination of numerous materials in an object (IE:electronic scrap), etc. We can accept a variety of objects and materials, even some things that can not be recycled in a traditional manner due to contamination (example: plastic items wtih metal portions molded into their construction). We will not accept most liquid & powdered chemicals (some usable paints will be accepted), PCB containing material, liquid mercury, asbestos containing materials, and other materials commonly deemed 'hazardous waste'. (There are some exceptions, including our requirement of a clear plastic resin for one of our products.) Depending on the materials, objects, etc, we may consider picking them up depending upon location, or we will consider arranging shipping by a contracted service. However, most items will have to be shipped to Winnipeg, Manitoba. We are a trade corridor, so shipping material to us should not be a problem. We accept a wide variety of materials that you may be payign to have sent to landfill...don't be afraid to contact us, the worst we can say is 'No' to your materials.

What do you have?

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Posted by: Brent on 1/22/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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I like the wording in your message and in the title. I've been trying to figure out what I can do here and how to word an add in the paper or on a poster. I have a lot of space and some interesting ideas for processing different materials. The hard part is aproching businesses and the public in a way that makes them want to let me have their good garbage. We really need to get together.

Brent Sandford's Salvage and Recycling Sask.

Posted by: kitty on 3/6/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are a cosmetic packaging co. and now we have 10 or more skids of empty cosmetic glass bottles. Please email me if you are interested. Thanks.

Posted by: Jennifer Connolly on 3/15/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi Barry

I am currently working with a company that has a lot of shrink wrap which they would like to recycle. They have been told in the past that it could not be recycled due to quantity. They also have some electronic products. There head office is in Ontario but also have centres in Halifax, Montreal and Calgary. Please email we more details. Thanks

Posted by: Julie on 3/22/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are wondering where or who would take our used antifreeze. If you have any ideas or contacts please e-mail me. Thank you.

Posted by: Doug Gibson on 3/24/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are a machine shop and we use lots of carbide tooling. There must be someone out there that would give us a couple of bucks per pound for these things. Can you do it? 905-265-9800 ext.222

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 3/24/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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JULIE: Sorry, can't take the antifreeze. Call your local hazardous waste disposal company, or if you have only small quantities, talk to your local garage, they may already have a service that deals with theirs, and might let you pour yours into their tank.

Doug: We get so many inquiries about materials that companies are willing to give us, or call us to haul-away materials that we don't have to purchase small quantities of scrap metals. Also, to get a decent price to make it all worth our while, we have to stockpile much of it to get the minimum quantities to get the better prices. If you were local we'd consider picking it up, but paying for it, and then paying to get those small quantities shipped to us just isn't worth the time, storage, and effort. Talk to your local scrapyard or scrap dealer, they have the facilities to deal with & stockpile metals, and I woudl think they would pay you something, and maybe pick it all up, you have enough weight saved up. Shop around, though, some scrap metal outfits have better connections than others, and will pay higher if it is something they can move.

We specialize in materials that have no 'traditional' method of recycling due to mixed content, lack of facilities within a cost effective transportation distance, expensive processing, etc.

Metals & hazardous waste both have (basically) effective 'traditional' recycling methods. Also, dealing with hazardous waste requires extra permits, specialized training, additional equipment, etc. We may delve into some niche areas in the hazardous waste field in the future, but we have our hands full, currently.

Posted by: Jenny on 5/21/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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I live in the outskirts of Ottawa and am looking for someone interested and able to use hard plastic containers other than #1@2. I am willing to collect it but need to know if there is anyone who can use it.

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 5/26/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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What kind of containers? Food grade? Size? Color? With reusuable lids?

Posted by: kriengkrai suebsinchai on 6/1/04 Title: PCB disposal
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Please recommend us the company to transport and dispose our PCB transformers and capacitors in Thailand.

Posted by: Joe Black on 6/25/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Good morning.....

We are looking for someone to handle used CRTs (computer monitors), and also printers.

Interested??

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 7/4/04 Title: Re: PCB transformers
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Sorry, can't help you with teh transformer disposal. We use a local form for disposal of hazardous waste, and we rarely need to, as we try very hard to not aquire anything that is directly linked to cancers, and also avoid other known hazardous wastes/chemicals, unless we have a requyirement for them, and at the same time a use that will neutralize them.

Posted by: Rob on 7/13/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Barry, I represent a small environmental consulting firm in central BC. One item I am encountering a lot of lately is used drainage culvert. This material is black HDPE and is contaminated with some soil/dirt. The culverts are typically 8 to 16 inch diameter and come in various lengths. It's used in the bush to control erosion, etc during tree cutting operations and road construction. Is this material of any value to you if its chipped/ground? Thanks Rob

Posted by: marc on 11/3/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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I will BUY ANYBODYS SCRAP PLASTIC FOR TOP DOLLAR

Posted by: ELECTRONICS RECYCLING on 11/19/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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ATT EVERYONE: PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR COMPANY (LOCATED IN SCARBOROUGH,ON)WILL ACCEPT AND PICKUP ALL YOUR ELECTRONICS AND POST MANUFACTURING SCRAP PLASTICS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE BROAD LIST OF OUR ACCEPTABLE LIST INCLUDING STYROFOAM PLEASE CONTACT SAM MONFARED 416 2850588 OR EMAIL ME I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ACCOMODATE YOU.

Posted by: Dave on 12/16/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi Barry,

I am looking for a home for a polyethelene aluminum mix. They are bonded together. It is about 75% aluminum by weight. It is all baled.

Posted by: Dave on 12/21/04 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi Laura, The by-product of the manufacturing process. There is no contamination. It is used for some kind of thermal insulation. It appears to be a layer of bubble wrap with a layer of aluminum bonded to it. Dave

Posted by: Nikitazhang on 1/14/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi Sir, I am from China looking for plastics waste and will buy your material.My contact phone no.is 514-8626188,nikita

Posted by: Nikitazhang on 1/14/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi Sir, I am from China looking for plastics waste and will buy your material.My contact phone no.is 514-8626188,nikitaDave wrote:-------------------------------Hi Barry,

I am looking for a home for a polyethelene aluminum mix. They are bonded together. It is about 75% aluminum by weight. It is all baled.Dave wrote:-------------------------------Hi Barry,

I am looking for a home for a polyethelene aluminum mix. They are bonded together. It is about 75% aluminum by weight. It is all baled.Dave wrote:-------------------------------Hi Barry,

I am looking for a home for a polyethelene aluminum mix. They are bonded together. It is about 75% aluminum by weight. It is all baled.Dave wrote:-------------------------------Hi Barry,

I am looking for a home for a polyethelene aluminum mix. They are bonded together. It is about 75% aluminum by weight. It is all baled.

Posted by: RICHARD BRADBURY on 2/11/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We need to recycle styrofoam containers, anybody want them??

Posted by: nikita on 2/28/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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你好 我想买

Posted by: Anthony @ CDN on 3/4/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could han
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Richard, where are you located? are the styrofoam containers contaminated? 416.220.8793

Posted by: Gary Quan on 4/6/05 Title: Buyer
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I am looking for used silicon steel and transformers.

Posted by: Kristine on 4/23/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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Hi! I would like to ask if are there any recyclers of styrofoam? If you are a recycler please email me at xtine_m@yahoo.com thanks!

Posted by: kriengkrai suebsinchai on 7/10/05 Title: PCB disposal contractor in Thailand
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I am looking for a contractor of transporting and incinerating PCB transformers and capacitors in Thailand. Please early reply us.

Posted by: magaman on 7/11/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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i got all the trash magas need

Posted by: IAM Business Link on 11/11/05 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are looking for CRGO silicon electrical steel sheets from salvage material (power transformers)

Posted by: ishwer sadhu on 12/1/05 Title: crgo
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we are looking for crgo metalmarc wrote:-------------------------------I will BUY ANYBODYS SCRAP crgo FOR TOP DOLLAR

Posted by: V Kumar on 8/11/06 Title: Re: Your trash could be our treasure! We could handle your headaches.
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We are looking for CRGO silicon electrical steel sheets from salvage material (power transformers) and as well as transformer core & winding.


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