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Shuttered Recyc RPM plastics recycling equipment going to auction

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Recyc RPM, a Quebec-based post-consumer plastics recycler that suspended operations in 2014, has now permanently closed its two facilities in Beauceville and Saint-Damien-de-Buckland, and auctions of its equipment will being held in late-April and early May.

Recyc RPM was the oldest post-consumable recycling company in Quebec, and had employed over ninety employees before closing operations in 2014. Perfection Industrial Sales, in conjunction with Infinity Asset Solutions and Federal Equipment, have been appointed to conduct two auction sales, completely liquidating both facilities.

The first auction sale – which will be held live on-site at the Beauceville facility and simultaneously webcast online – will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 10:00 am EST and will include assets from both Recyc RPM locations. The second auction will occur on Tuesday, May 5 at 1:00 pm EST as an online only event.

An inspection for assets in both sales will be held on Monday, April 27, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm EST at the two locations or by appointment.


There will be over 1,000 lots offered between the two auctions, and items to be auctioned include a large amount of plastics recycling related equipment, featuring late model shredders, extruders, pelletizers, granulators, optical sorters, stainless steel wash lines, bulk material handling, forklifts, rolling stock, tool room, plant support, spare parts, and more.

The Beauceville, Que., plant is located at 202 12th Avenue. The Saint Damien de Buckland, Que., sale is at 59 Commercial Street.

For more information on the auctions, contact John Bopp at 1-708-606-3240 or, or visit


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