In business since 1977, KC Recycling has grown to become the largest lead acid battery (car battery) recycler in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest of the United States. In addition to lead acid batteries, we process electronic waste (e-waste) and cathode ray tube (CRT) glass, and sell all of the commodity by-products generated by our operations, which include aluminum, copper, plastic, and steel.
KC Recycling’s highly-optimized E-Waste recycling process is able to disassemble electronic devices and separate the byproducts quickly and resourcefully – creating high quality reusable raw materials, such as copper, aluminum, and plastics.Learn More »
KC Recycling uses a variety of processes, including hydroseparation technology to isolate the battery components and reclaim large amounts of lead, copper, and plastics. These materials are then cleaned and recast as clean, recycled commodities.Learn More »
KC Recycling’s Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) recycling process is Comprehensive and Sustainable – by effectively separate lead from glass, KC is able to repurpose both recycled commodities for future use as new products.Learn More »