Civic Holiday WeekendWe will be open for regular hours on Saturday, August 3, but closed Monday, August 5. Have a safe and peaceful holiday.
We Now Accept Nonrechargeable BatteriesYou read that right. We accept alkaline (AA, AAA, C, D, etc.) as well as lithium (button) batteries. The only stipulation is that they must not be leaking.
We Accept Christmas Lights for FREEAnd you don't have to remove the bulbs.
Yay! We were successful!!!!Those of you who read the entire main page of our website (this page) will know where the Twenty-Twelve name originated and will also know why we claim success. If you haven't a clue what I'm saying, follow this link. See? Equipment didn't rise up against us so we must have been successful. Of course, we will keep up our vigilance because equipment is tricky.
Welcome to Our Redesigned WebsiteAfter several years of one style, we have redesigned our website to make it more useful to our customers and to make it more attractive. We hope you enjoy the time you spend perusing this offering. The site has been divided into several sections. Links to these sections are immediately below the logo and graphic at the top of every page.
- Home is this page.
- Recycling Details contains the lists of what we accept as well as prices for items that are not accepted for free.
- Corporate Pickup contains information regarding our corporate pickup services.
- AS IS Stores contains information regarding our retail stores.
- Benefits of Recycling contains a variety of reasons recycling is a good idea.
- Locations and Contact Info contains our addresses, phone numbers, email information and maps.
The owners, Randy and Nancy, discussed electronics recycling for several years; but the market wasn't ready. In December 2005, the market appeared ready so we beat our heads against a wall trying to come up with a name and then incorporated and rented space at 14 Bexley Place. The doors first opened on the Recycling Centre in January 2006.
On July 1, 2011, we moved the Bells Corners location to a larger facility at 6 Bexley Place. We also opened an AS IS Store to facilitate reuse of some items before final destruction and recycling.
Our MissionTo keep toxic materials out of landfill sites and to divert waste from landfill sites into alternate streams wherever feasible while keeping these important resource available for reuse within Canada.
PartnershipsBrookecliff Technology Corporation / The Trailing Edge: We provide parts to The Trailing Edge and resell some of our higher quality items through them. We have some common ownership with Brookecliff Technology Corporation; they are our sister company.
What We Do With Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)We provide secure, environmentally-sound, and Ontario-based processing of your waste electronics, small appliances, and "white goods." Some items are dismantled in our Smiths Falls location, while other items are sent in their original condition. our processors include:
- MIDA RPM, Stoney Creek
- EDI Inc., Richmond Hill
- Glenview Iron and Metal, Smiths Falls.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Electronics Drop-off Days
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Museum of Science and Technology
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
1867 St. Laurent Blvd.