Westcan is a member in good standing with ISRI (Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc.)and CARI (Canada’s Secondary Resource Industries)


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Westcan Recyclers Ltd.
8919 - 68th Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2X6

Western Canadian Metals Inc.

Rail Facility
2647 - 61 Ave S.E.

Calgary, Alberta T2C 4X3

Western Metal Recycling

4010 - 2nd Ave N
Lethbridge, Alberta T1H 0C6

Westcan Recyclers is proud of its contributions to the Canadian recycling effort and is committed to the preservation of our environment and its limited natural resources. By recycling large quantities of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, Westcan helps eliminate the need to continuously drill for new raw materials. These efforts create sustainable resources and development in our world by reducing environmental waste, landfill waste, and the negative impact of resource extraction on the environment. Metal recycling also creates employment opportunities, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, conserves water, and reduces energy usage.

Westcan also concerns itself with its own environmental impacts, and thus commissions environmental assessments on an ongoing basis to ensure the company is well above industry standards and regulations. 

Westcan drivers, equipment and machine operators receive ongoing training to meet and surpass industry standards. All equipment is inspected daily and a preventive maintenance program is executed by qualified and specialized trained personnel. On-site mechanics ensure continued efficiency and reduced down times due to required repairs and maintenance.

President’s Environmental Policy Statement

Westcan Recyclers is committed to meeting and where possible exceeding applicable environmental standards established by the municipal, provincial and federal laws and regulations, making continuous improvements when and where we can. We are committed to encouraging as well as providing resources and training to our employees to ensure these standards are upheld. The company will take reasonable steps to prevent pollution; 


  • Minimize energy and water use through efficient management and practices.
  • Minimize waste generation through reduction, reuse and recycling.
  • Minimize noise pollution.
  • Minimize and where possible, eliminate from physical yard operations, the use of hazardous chemicals and toxic cleaning substances.
  • To the extent possible, undertake environmental and conservation best practices
  • Aid assessment of the overall life cycle of products and understanding of materials.

If any environmental issues do arise, treatment according to the municipal, provincial and federal laws regulations and guidelines will be implemented and all efforts to remedy the environment to its natural state will be made.  

President's Safety Policy Statement 

At Westcan Recyclers the safety and health of our employees comes first. Management is committed to doing everything possible to prevent injuries and to maintain a healthy environment.


  • All supervisors are responsible for ensuring their employees are trained in approved work procedures to obtain optimal output without accidents and injuries and to ensure employees follow safe work methods and all related regulations.
  • All personnel are required to support the Occupational Health and Safety Program, make safety and health a part of their daily routine and to ensure they are following safe work methods and relevant regulations.
  • All personnel will be held accountable for implementing this program.
  • All relevant laws and regulations are incorporated in our program as minimum standards.