Jewels Recycling Inc., currently located at 165 Indian Road South, Unit #3, in Sarnia, have been buyers and recyclers of non-ferrous metals in the area for over 12 years.
Chris Fearon, owner, says as of July 4, 2022 they will moving to 1419 Confederation Street, to enable them to accept larger quantities of materials.
Fearon said truck scales are going to be installed and they will be accepting e-waste.
“Jewels Recycling is a family run recycler with over 12 years of experience in the recycling industry,” Fearon said.
“We are able to pay you top prices for your non-ferrous scrap. We strive to recycle as much as sustainably possible for a cleaner planet. We offer you ways to stream your non-ferrous material in ways that makes it more beneficial for you, or your company, to maximize on the return. We offer you solid advice on how to make the most of your non-ferrous material, so it is not downgraded like some other companies.”
Fearon added: “We always work with our customers 100% for the sustainability of our environment and community. We have extensive equipment which allows us to maximize more for our customers, this includes wire stripping services, for all types of wire.”
Fearon said their copper granulator processes small wires, which are nearly impossible to strip, so they can pay the best prices.
“Our machine makes the copper 99.9% clean copper for upstream recycling,” he added.
Jewels Recycling Inc. recycles
– Copper wire
– Low Recovery Wire
– Lead acid Batteries
– Stainless Steel
– Electric Motors
– And more
Jewels Recycling Inc. is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Fearon said Jewels Recycling Inc. is licensed by The City Of Sarnia, under By Law 128 of 2017, Salvage Shop & Second Hand Goods.
More details are available on their website, here.
Jewels Recycling Inc. can be reached by phone at 519-344-9543 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.