Sarnia’s Jewels Recycling offering sustainable solutions for metal recycling

Jewels Recycling Inc., a family-run business with over 12 years of experience in the recycling industry, has recently moved to a new location at 1419 Confederation Street in Sarnia. This new location allows them to accept larger quantities of non-ferrous metals, which they have been buying and recycling in the area for over a decade.

The company is dedicated to promoting a cleaner planet by recycling as much material as sustainably possible, and they offer top prices for non-ferrous scrap. Unlike some other companies, they provide advice to customers on how to maximize their returns without downgrading the material. They work closely with their customers to ensure the sustainability of the environment and the community.

Jewels Recycling has extensive equipment, including wire stripping services for all types of wire, to maximize returns for their customers. They also have a copper granulator that processes small wires to make them 99.9% clean copper for upstream recycling. In addition to non-ferrous metals, the company accepts e-waste and other materials such as electric motors, lead-acid batteries, and stainless steel.

The company is licensed by the City of Sarnia under By Law 128 of 2017, Salvage Shop & Second Hand Goods, and is open from Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Those interested in their services can contact them by phone at 519-344-9543 or email at, and more information is available on their website.

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