Product Destruction

Products that fail to meet company standards or regulations pose a threat if not disposed of in a secure, documented fashion. That’s why the risk to our client’s corporate reputation is something that we take very seriously.

Landfills are no place for sensitive and defective materials that could end up in the wrong hands. As a safe, secure alternative, Wasteco offers product destruction services that render materials unusable and irretrievable. We also provide thorough documentation to help you satisfy the needs of regulators and stakeholders.

Programs/Equipment

Our Product Destruction service includes:

  • Brand protectionism
  • Off specification products
  • Defective/recalled goods       
  • Past dated inventory
  • Past dated beverages
  • Obsolete inventory
  • Damaged goods
  • Product depackaging for recycling or destruction

FAQ

What are product destruction services?

A service where goods/products are crushed or shredded so that they are destroyed and do not re-surface in any aftermarket.

What products does Wasteco handle for destruction?

We accept and destroy all goods excluding the following: hazardous, highly flammable, dangerous goods. Batteries must be removed.

Where is your plant located?

Wasteco's facility is located at our Orenda Recycling Centre.

How can I transport my goods to Wasteco for destruction?

All approved goods must be skid wrapped and secure for transport by tractor trailer. Tractor trailer service can be provided by the customer or Wasteco.

All transports must include a complete bill of lading and seals on trailer doors.

Does Wasteco guarantee destruction and proper disposal of goods?

Yes - Wasteco provides certificates of disposal or destruction and the customer can witness the disposal at our plant.


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1 tonne of recycled paper saves 3700 pounds of lumber and 24,000 gallons of water.
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In a lifetime, the average North American will throw away 600 times his or her adult weight in garbage. A 68 kg adult will leave a legacy of 40,825 kg of trash.
Natural Resources Canada