At Synchor Recycling, we accept materials such as wooden cedar shake, asphalt shingles and mixed wood. If you’re looking to recycle your materials in the Calgary area, get in touch now with our team here at Synchor Recycling!
Asphalt shingle recycling has become more popular over the years in Calgary, and there’s a good reason why. By recycling asphalt shingles, we can reuse the materials in projects like roads, driveways, energy creation, or even new roofing shingles.
Recycling asphalt shingles is an economically viable process. Furthermore, it saves valuable resources from being wasted.
Synchor Recycling accepts all asphalt shingles, regardless of what condition. However, the price per tonne is dependant on whether the shingles are dirty, or contain mixed elements like plastic or construction debris.
Our team focuses on ensuring an efficient and responsible recycling process throughout the entire lifecycle of the job. We urge local Calgary residents to be environmentally responsible with their asphalt shingles.
Make sure you contact us for a quote on how to properly recycle your shingles in bulk. Let’s help keep Calgary cleaner and more environmentally friendly by recycling all our asphalt shingles. Reach out today to learn more about how we can help you.
Synchor Recycling is quickly becoming a leader in wood waste recycling in Calgary. Because we can process both treated and painted wood, this allows us to accept far more construction waste than other wood recyclers can.
Although we do accept painted and treated wood, there are still a few types of wood we cannot work with yet. Creosote treated wood and MDF are among the types of wood that we, unfortunately, are unable to process.
By grinding the wood into a powdered form, we can produce a useable material that is given a second and sometimes even a third life cycle.
Learn more about our recycling services by bringing us your wood waste and construction waste today. If you have questions about the process or pricing, give reach out anytime.
Our team at Synchor Recycling accepts all forms of cedar shake materials for recycling purposes. Cedar shake is handmade through the use of a mallet and a froe, splitting the wood to give it a rugged look. Nowadays, people can use power tools to create cedar shakes, but it’s still usually done by hand. Shakes are typically thicker than shingles and have a thicker butt than shingles.
Generally speaking, after its lifetime or intended use, cedar shakes can be recycled and reused. They cannot, however, be reused as a roofing shingle. Too often, they end up in the landfill.
Recycling cedar shake shingles are a popular option for most customers because they aren’t sure how to use cedar shakes in different ways. Even if they do find a way to use them, it’s difficult to fix them so that they do work in other situations.
Our recycling service takes all your old cedar shake materials off your hands so that we can find a way to reintegrate them into the community, which is a better destination than a landfill.
Contact us now to learn more about how Synchor Recycling can help you recycle your cedar shake to make Calgary a more eco-friendly city. Together, we can change the Calgary community for the better, one load of cedar shake at a time.
Recycled asphalt is nothing new to Calgarians. Recycling asphalt materials is a normal part of the process for construction companies. Just like with concrete, by recycling asphalt, we are saving on landfill space as well as reducing the cost from having to purchase virgin materials.
Synchor Recycling is accepting asphalt at our Calgary facility. From millings to breakout and everything in between, if you have asphalt and need a place to dispose of it, think Synchor Recycling.
Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement or “RAP” is widely regarded as one of the most recycled materials in North America. Recycling asphalt has helped asphalt companies reduce emissions, reduce energy consumption, and also save taxpayers money to replace roads that need repairs. Help us to continue the positive trend and recycle your asphalt with us.