Municipalities and Small Communities


Bring Your Metal To Us

Countless farm communities, small towns, and municipalities depend on McSteel Salvage & Cleanup for all their metal salvaging needs. Let us show you how our team can serve your community. 

Vehicles

Appliances

Farm Equipment

Copper, Batteries & More


Why Your Municipality Should Work with McSteel

For over 15 years, McSteel Salvage & Cleanup has provided municipalities across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories with honest, efficient, and transparent metal salvaging services. As a trusted metal recycling company, McSteel has worked tirelessly to assist small and large communities with their scrap metal recycling needs. From removing scrap metal and cars to demolishing old buildings and bridges, we can do it all with respect and integrity.

With McSteel Salvage & Cleanup's highly trained and experienced team, we can ensure your municipality meets stringent provincial and federal environmental mandates while keeping your residents safe. So, when your community needs fair, efficient, and reliable metal salvaging services, turn to the pros at McSteel Salvage & Cleanup.

How Our Government-Level Cleanup Services Work

When McSteel Salvage & Cleanup approaches a municipal or government-level cleanup project, we do so with respect, honesty, and an in-depth understanding of the unique circumstances of these communities. Here's how our process works:

  1. Need Identification: Working with a municipal representative(s), we will determine the jurisdiction's specific salvage and cleanup needs, including the location and scope of the project.
  2. Request for Proposal (RFP): Our team will draft an RFP outlining the project details, requirements, and evaluation criteria.
  3. Contract Negotiations: Then, we will initiate contract negotiations where we will clearly define the scope of work, deliverables, timelines, and payment terms.
  4. Legal Compliance: Next, McSteel will ensure our contract follows all applicable laws, policies, and regulations. We will also ensure we meet all licensing and insurance requirements.
  5. Approval Process: We will obtain necessary approvals from relevant government departments or officials to ensure transparency and accountability during the decision-making process.
  6. Project Kick-Off: Once given the go-ahead, McSteel will schedule a project kick-off meeting with the municipality to clarify roles, responsibilities and expectations.
  7. Monitoring and Reporting: Next, we will establish a monitoring system to ensure compliance. This will also include regular progress reports.
  8. Payment Process: McSteel will establish a payment schedule based on project milestones during the project. This will ensure that our invoices are accurate and compliant with the contract.
  9. Project Completion and Evaluation: Once the project is finished, we'll conduct a final inspection to ensure our salvage and cleanup services meet the agreed-upon standards. We will also ask for an evaluation of the project to address potential issues or challenges.
  10. Contract Closeout: McSteel will complete all the necessary paperwork to close the contract. Our team will retain relevant documents for future reference or audits.
  11. Feedback and Improvement: Finally, we will seek input from relevant parties on the overall process to improve McSteel's future government-level cleanup services.


At McSteel Salvage & Cleanup, we work hard to earn the trust, business, and long-term relationships with municipalities across Western Canada. If you have any questions about our community cleanup and salvaging services, don't hesitate to speak with our North location.



Our Commitment to Safety

When serving communities across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories, McSteel Salvage & Cleanup prioritizes safety. Whether we are working with a local farmer to remove their old farm equipment or helping an entire community salvage scrap cars and equipment, we ensure our staff and customers have a safe, efficient, and respectful working environment.

Our team is First Aid, H2S, and Radition trained. As Comply Works and AARDA members, McSteel ensures compliance with provincial and federal safety standards and regulations. If your community is overrun with scrap metal, turn to the experts at McSteel Salvage & Clean, and together we can make a difference.


Pricing and payment options

Our pricing for bin services is determined based on the types of metals that are deposited in the bin, which are weighed on our scale. We adjust our pricing weekly and monthly according to current market rates to ensure fair compensation. However, we deduct the weight of any non-metallic materials such as cement, wood or garbage that are found in the bin. Payments are issued via cheque and mailed to the provided address after each bin service, unless otherwise specified. Alternatively, we can maintain an account for you, and pay out all scale tickets at once. If you would like us to include GST on the cheque, kindly provide us with your GST number.

Ready to Partner with McSteel Salvage & Cleanup?

If your farm community, hamlet, or municipality is struggling with what to do with your scrap metal, McSteel Salvage & Cleanup is here to help!

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About McSteel Salvage & Cleanup

McSteel Salvage & Cleanup Ltd. is a family run business of scrap metal recycling committed to customer satisfaction. We are located near Wainwright, Alberta, Canada. We are proud that we make the Wainwright area a cleaner place to live.

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