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Millennium Recycling - Your Friendly Neighbourhood Scrap Yard

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Phone: (519)621-9573

Address

2155 Main St East

Cambridge,  ON  N1R 5S9

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Millennium Recycling helps Cambridge and area businesses and residents recycle its old appliances, Electronics, scrap metal, steel, brass and more.Why pay the dump when Millennium Recycling will pay you? 

It's fast and simple to use our service. Our friendly staff will weigh your vehicle with your items inside, and then weigh it again once your items have been unloaded. We will pay you by the pound for the weight differential!

If you've got unwanted appliances, or objects of metal kicking around that you would like to get rid of, call Millennium Recycling NOW!

Turn Your Scrap Into Cash.

We Buy:

  • Steel
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Aluminum
  • Electronics
  • Stainless Steel
  • Old appliances
  • eWaste

 

About Millennium Recycling
Your Friendly Neighbourhood Scrap Yard!

Millennium Recycling is committed to servicing customers in a fast and courteous manner. 

We buy all types of scrap material from old appliances to precious metals.

Easy as 1, 2, 3!

For Ferrous Materials such as Steel and Shred. As a general rule of thumb, anything that sticks to a magnet is classified as Ferrous material.

  1. Pull onto the scale for your heavy weight.
  2. After your material is unloaded you go back on the scale your light weight.
  3. Collect your cash! 

For Non Ferrous Materials (Copper, Aluminum, Brass) Once again as a general rule of thumb, Non Ferrous Metals are commonly identified as non magnetic. 

Any non ferrous material will be weighed up in the warehouse. From there the weights are brought to the office where you collect your cash!



Hours
7 AM - 5 PM Monday to Friday
7 AM - 12 Noon Saturdays

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