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Year to year tonage report:

2022: 1562 tonnes removed

2023: 3357 tonnes removed

The cleanup of the Deep Creek landfill resulted in 115 ELV’s and 358 tonnes of metals being removed. The Destruction Certificate was awarded to Virginia Cobbett from Community Services Yukon Government.

 

Another Destruction Certificate was given to Bruce Wilson who works as a Land Stewart Officer for Kwanlin Dün First Nation. It was given for the removal of End of Life Vehicles from the Kwanlin Dün First Nation Claim Site, Settlement Land Parcel.

Bruce Wilson: “Service was excellent and very impressive how quick the job was done.

As a company we have decided to give back to the community after a very successful year. We made a $2500 donation to the Whitehorse food bank and a $1200 donation to the Kidney Foundation of Canada to support their causes.

This years Destructions Certificates go to…

Rob Savard & Karlee Bendera from Energy, Mines and Resources have been awarded a Destruction Certificate for the removal of 1374 End of Life Vehicles on #23 Boulder Road plus another 241 tonnes of scrap metal. 

Karlee Bendera from Energy, Mines and Resources has also been awarded a Destruction Certificate for the removal and recycling of 24 End of Life Vehicles from Kwanlin Dün First Nation Claim Site, Settlement Land Parcel.

We are very thankful to be supporting individuals on the mission to clean up and recycle End of Life Vehicles in the Yukon.

From left to right: Rob Savard & Karlee Bendera from Energy, Mines and Resources, Clayton Hadley, President of Urban Recycling Solutions

We were recently featured on CBC North – discussing the issues surrounding auto recycling in Yukon

CBC North Article – November 5, 2021
Learn more about how we are helping eliminate End of Life vehicles from Yukon’s landfills and pristine wilderness…

Anthony Guy is a Project Manager for the McIntyre Community Clean Up. He received 2 Destruction Certificates for removing 31 vehicles from Kwanlin Dun First Nation (KDFN) and in the McIntyre subdivision in Whitehorse. Vehicles were removed,  depolluted, baled and ship to southern markets in a month.

Urban Recycling Solutions were great to work with, did the job in a timely matter. Helped KDFN in removing over 77 tonnes of End of Life Vehicles from their community and the Yukon.

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Urban Auto Recycling intends on making the goal of 100% of the product received gets recycled.

4 months ago

Urban Auto Recycling
First load leaving in 2024, last load leaving for the City of Whitehorse. Job completed! ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Urban Auto Recycling
Some recognition for Energy, Mines and Resources. EMR and Urban cleaned up 2 sites this past year. Boulder road site 1300 and some ELVs and over 200 tonne of scrap metals. Also Hourochi site with help from Kwanlin Dun First Nations we recovered 24 ELVs to depolluted, bale and ship for recycling.Pictured are Rob Savard EMR, Karlee Bendera EMR and Clayton Hadley from Urban. EMR presented with Documents of Destruction. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Urban Auto Recycling
Some recognition for Energy, Mines and Resources. EMR and Urban cleaned up 2 sites this past year. Boulder road site 1300 and some ELVs and over 200 tonne of scrap metals. Also Hourochi site with help from Kwanlin Dun First Nations we recovered 24 ELVs to depolluted, bale and ship for recycling.Pictured are Rob Savard EMR, Karlee Bendera EMR and Clayton Hadley from Urban. EMR presented with Documents of Destruction. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Urban Auto Recycling
Last loads for 2023 leaving the City of Whitehorse landfill, still have about 200 tonnes to remove to complete contract. Everybody going to take a well deserved break. We will come back and finish what we started. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Urban Auto Recycling
Beautiful day to be loading scrap in the Yukon, keep it up City of Whitehorse! ... See MoreSee Less
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