Make the Most of Your Scrap Metal at urbanmine

If you’re an electrical or plumbing contractor or work in another business that generates scrap metal, you can maximize your business’ profits by selling your scrap material for top dollar.

In the past, the business of scrapping metal could be untidy, with muddy lots and a confusing system of payment for your material. urbanmine is working to redefine metal recycling with a new, professional approach.

Redefining User Experience. At urbanmine, we concentrate on the user experience. Our yard is clean and well organized. You can come inside and speak with a knowledgeable employee who will help you organize and load your metals onto a scale. You’ll be able to see the scale readout, so you know how much it weighs. We pride ourselves on our transparency – you are in the loop every step of the way. It’s our integrity that keeps people coming back to urbanmine.

We Value Your Metal. urbanmine’s goal is to keep materials out of the landfill. This helps the environment in two ways – keeps metal from being buried where it can harm the environment, and allows mills and refineries to remelt it without having to mine virgin metal. This saves the energy it takes to extract and make new metal, increasing the benefit to our environment.

urbanmine’s facility is designed to be clean and welcoming, with competitive prices and the best user experience in the scrap metal industry, whether it’s the first time you’ve visited or the fifty-first. The next time your business wants to maximize the value of your scrap metals, think urbanmine first.

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— Don Zieglgansberger

Don's Salvage, Estevan, Saskatchewan

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“Extremely open and transparent.”

— Lise Baker

General Manager, Champ Industries

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— Lyndon Finney

Chief Financial Officer, Canadian Tool and Die

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Production Manager, Imperial Steel Products

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“Beautiful, clean... This is a scrap yard?”

— Terry MacLeod

CBC Radio Manitoba, Broadcast October 2009

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