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Wood and concrete are some of the most common waste products found in and around construction areas. Keep your surroundings clean and recycle these waste products.


Canada Recycle Corp. is the place to go to for concrete, asphalt or wood recycling in Prince George. Our recycling yard is located at 6230 Otway Rd. in Prince George and is open from 8AM to 4PM Monday to Friday.


Recycling services we offer in Prince George

By recycling your concrete, asphalt and wood products, you will not only help the environment, but also save more money compared to landfill rates. Canada Recycling Corp. accepts the following items for recycling in Prince George.

  • Stumps

  • Branches

  • Trees

  • Logs

  • Brushes

  • Lumber

  • Pallets

  • Fences

  • Wood Chips

  • Millwork

  • Asphalt

  • Moulding

  • Concrete

  • Timber

  • Poles

  • Decking

Old concrete can be crushed and recycled into a new concrete mix and concrete aggregate. Even the demand for recycled wood and lumber products is rapidly growing in the industry. Different kinds of wood can be recycled depending on the purpose.




Recycling concrete and wood waste materials into useful products helps reduce the harmful effects on the environment.


Wood recycling helps prevent excess accumulation of waste in landfills, which leads to reduced air and water pollution. In contrast, concrete recycling helps conserve natural resources by limiting the need for gravel mining, water, coal and gas.


Uses of Recycled Concrete

Recycled concrete aggregate is emerging as one of the preferred construction materials across the world. With the increased emphasis on sustainable development technologies worldwide, RCA is gaining popularity over other types of construction materials.


Aggregate derived from the process of recycling concrete can be used for several construction projects. Larger pieces of recycled concrete can be used in the walls of buildings or as slabs on pathways, while small pieces can be used for sub-base gravel on a roadway. The various uses for recycled concrete are quite comprehensive and it can even be used for landscaping rock or stacked to form a retaining or privacy wall. Used across different industries and projects, recycled concrete aggregate lends strength to various structures. Call us to get more information about our services.


What Are some Benefits of Concrete Recycling?

  • The act of recycling and reusing leftover concrete helps reduce waste generated in the construction process.

  • It also helps the builder save considerably on the transportation cost they would otherwise incur upon bringing new concrete to the site.


The Benefits of Wood Recycling

Recycling the wood leftover on construction sites can help in increasing the cost efficiency of the projects. Here are the benefits of recycling wood:

  • Recycling wood reduces the load on landfills and incinerators.
  • It helps in the preservation and conservation of timber, which is an important natural resource.
  • It reduces the carbon footprint.
  • Recycling reduces the labour costs of procuring the wood as well as the labour costs involved in transportation.



Contact Us Today

If you are looking for wood and concrete recycling services in Prince George, contact us today or fill in the online form.


** We do not accept painted, stained, glued or chemically treated wooden products.
** Contaminated products will be charged at the regular landfill rate plus handling fee.



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On-Site Concrete Recycling in Prince George

We can provide you with on-site concrete recycling in Prince George for any kind of construction project.

Serving Prince George & Northern British Columbia

Western Thermal & Demolition/Canada Hazmat

Main Address

8431 Summer Pl

Prince George, BC V2K 4Z8

Phone: 250-562-7660

Fax: 250-562-7938


Monday - Friday 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM

Owner/President: Steve Johansen

Accounts Payable
Office Administrator

Canada Recycle Corp.

Main Address

6230 Otway Rd.

Prince George, BC

Phone: 250-564-7263


Monday - Friday 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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