We don’t accept glass, concrete/bricks, dirt, wood or fiberglass
We accept but don’t pay for tires (we are a member of the OTS program) and propane tanks,
Ferrous Metals – Prices Per Imperial Ton (2000 lbs.)
Non-Ferrous – Prices Per Pound
Donald and Joan and their family stand at the helm of the Midwest Metals family. They have created a company that takes pride in its’ loyalty to community environment and family. They recognize the importance of recycling responsibly today for a better future for the next generation.
Brian has brought his knowledge and expertise to our Midwest Metals family. Brian is a familiar face in the community and he can be found in our office answering phones, working the scale and interacting with our customers. His ability to jump in and take the initiative is proven as he is a member of our Health & Safety team. He is a welcome addition to our Midwest Metals family.
An invaluable member of Midwest Metals since 2004, Den operates our 3 car carrier and will make scrapping your ride simple and stress free. Always helpful and courteous, let Den assist you with the sometimes difficult transition of “Recycling your Ride”.
The latest member of the Midwest Metals family, Garry can be found in the yard assisting customers with their loads, whether on the pad or in the non-ferrous area. His willingness to learn new skills such as radiation detection and forklift, along with his sense of humour make him a welcome addition to the Midwest Metals family.
No job is too big for George. A valuable member of our Midwest Metals family since 2011, George operates our Roll-Off truck. Working to clean up your property? Have a load too big for your own truck? Order a bin from Midwest Metals today and meet this integral member of our family
Irene can be found in the front office at Midwest Metals. Whether it is answering the phones or interacting with the customers she’ll always greet you with a smile and brighten your day. A member of the Midwest Metals family since 2011, Irene is happy to assist you with your needs
An invaluable member of the Midwest Metals family, James can be easily found courtesy of his adherence to wearing safety gear in the yard while assisting the customers by weighing their non-ferrous materials, operating the forklifts and helping to unload a customers trailer should assistance be required. A member of the Midwest Metals family since 2012…he is always ready to lend a hand if needed.
Jason can be found processing the vehicles in an environmentally friendly manner, as well as purchasing non-ferrous materials or shunting the tractor trailer if required. A previous member who has returned to the Midwest Metals family Jason has been with us since 2014. He is a “Jack of All Trades” and he masters them well.
Keri can be found in the office at Midwest Metals. A member of our family since 2013, she is able to answer your questions in regards to your material, provide you a quote over the phone and keep you updated through social media sites such as Facebook & Twitter. Keri is also a member of our Health and Safety team.
You may recognize him in the yard, Ross started with Midwest Metals part-time and has now become a full-time member of our Midwest Metals family. A member of our Health & Safety team he has proven that he is more than capable of handling whatever the day throws at him, easily moving from working the pad to traffic control in the front yard. Ross has made the transition effortlessly.
Knowledgeable and helpful Steve has been an integral member of our Midwest Metals family since 2011. You can find him on the pad, in the excavator, purchasing materials in the non-ferrous bay or loading trailers. There is no job that Steve can’t handle, he will answer any questions you may have in regards to your scrap metal materials.
I have to say that I was very impressed by Midwest Metals. They had everything you need for good customer service; straight forward procedures on how to get rid of your scrap, a clean yard, immaculate office and extremely welcoming and nice employees. It is definately a recommended place to go and get rid of your scrap.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I went to Midwest Metals. I went into the office feeling kind of out of place and was immediately greeted kindly. The woman at the counter told me what to expect and that she would ask the guys at the back to give me a hand. They weighed everything separately and by the time I got to the office, my invoice was ready. I was offered a free coffee on my way out.
I came into Midwest Metals with my trailer full of old farm equipment. The staff members assisted me with the scale and the employee working the excavator helped unload the load and made it look easy. I was paid in the front office by friendly staff and was very happy with my experience.
I would like to thank Midwest Metals for their quick and convenient vehicle pick-up. I wasn’t sure what I needed to do in order to have my vehicle picked up and when I called the office all my questions were answered politely. The driver showed up promptly and was very courteous. I would highly recommend Midwest Metals to anyone looking to scrap their vehicle.
I brought a car into Midwest Metals because I heard it was the best price for cars in the area. I was keeping my tires and the staff member took them off in no time and helped me load them on my trailer. I will be back for sure.
Visited Midwest Metals, couldn’t believe how clean a scrap yard could be. I didn’t know how much my stuff was worth but the staff member told me to take my electric motors to the other door for a better price. I took my papers to the office to be paid. It was sure worth the trip from Feversham.
I brought some copper and brass to Midwest Metals. The staff there showed me how to sort it differently so I would get more money. I learned a new trick to tell the difference between #1 and #2 insulated wire. I would go back for sure.