Langilles Metal Recycling is recognized as one of the leading metal recyclers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe region.
The 12-acre facility, which employs 60 people, processes up to 100 light-duty vehicles and 60 heavy duty trucks each week.
The operations run like clockwork.Operators have a clear sense of purpose, doing dozens of different tasks without ever getting in one another’s way, or putting themselves in danger from the site’s fleet of dismantling machines.
The smoothness is maintained by David Languille, a third-generation auto recycler who founded the business in 2006. From his office in the operations building, the third-generation recycler can oversee every corner of the yard on a television screen that displays the CCTV footage from 16 different on-site cameras.
“Even when I was young, I had a vision for the company,” David says. “Even on family vacations, I couldn’t stop talking about work.” David’s interest in efficient operations techniques has taken him to metal recycling yards scattered across the globe.
It isn’t just good business practices that David has brought back to Port Perry from his trips abroad. An avid outdoorsman, he has also brought back ideas about how to make sure his business is on the cutting edge of environmental auto recycling. This commitment to the environment can be seen throughout his business.
His industrial site, which is framed by pristine forests, lives up to the two most rigorous sets of environmental standards– those set out by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, and the Canadian Association of Recycling.
David believes in taking care of the environment and upholds the latest in industry standards for environmental disposal practices – from the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries and Canadian Association of Recycling. This commitment to the environment hasn’t just been good for the Earth, it has been good for business as well. Langilles Metal Recycling has become the go-to place for the safe dismantling of electric fleet vehicles.
Other companies turn to Langilles Metal Recycling for a different reason: trust in its streamlined destruction process, which guarantees their heavy transport trucks are debranded and scrapped, rather than being put into other buyer’s hands.
“With our service you will receive documented digital pictures of the vehicle before and after along with a guaranteed destruction certificate,” says David. “We document the entire process from start to finish as well as retain the digital files for up to five years.”
To find out more about Langilles Metal Recycling, contact info@ langillesmetalrecycling.com, or visit langillesmetalrecycling.com.