WasteAway is a dream realized by the founder, Dan Forsyth and brings to life the common theme of reduce, recycle, and reuse.
WasteAway has been a work in progress since 2005. It has taken that long to find a suitable property zoned as recycling, and complete the required approvals from the MOECC and City of Kitchener.
Our facility encompasses a lot of aspects that help us to be fast-paced. We are equipped with two 90' weight scale to accommodate anything that comes in to increase flow with designated in-bound and out-bound scales. Our scales are operated by a scale house attendant and covenient driver restrooms for a fast turnaround of trucks without any wasted time. Radios are used to communicate between the Scale House and the Facility along with the ability to communicate with incoming and outgoing trucks.
Our facility is accessible within minutes from Hwy 7/8 inbetween Courtland Ave. and Homer Watson Blvd. in Kitchener, and is only 10 minutes from HWY 401.
Our 14,400 square foot building is specifically designed and engineered to flow in the most efficient and effective manner. We are equipped with advanced machinery to sort and transport all waste and recyclable materials. The building is designed to withstand daily activities for many years. These qualities help to eliminate any down time and extensive repairs.