TRY Recycling is proud to celebrate its 15th year of operation and the successes and growth created by determination, investment and hard work. President Jim Graham and the TRY team are celebrating the company’s milestone, with customers, suppliers and industry members. The company’s investment in R&D has made a positive impact on the growing number of specially designed and engineered products TRY generates. TRY accepts construction and demolition material from across the province and works closely with municipalities to serve diverse needs. TRY’s specially designed compost facility receives yard waste from municipalities in Southwestern Ontario and all TRY’s finished compost product meets CQA standards.
“This in an industry that every day makes a real difference in how our environment looks and functions and we, as an industry, can’t afford to take shortcuts or not care about what we do,” says Graham. “Using a product made from recycled material saves energy and raw materials. It’s the ‘right thing to do.'”