Prospective clients come to us with the need to responsibly manage their organic waste, whether simply diverting from a landfill, or receiving LEED Certification points for construction projects.
Titan currently processes waste for customers including the Mosaic Potash (Colonsay), Case New Holland, Prince Albert Pulp, City of Saskatoon, City of Brandon, SaskTel, Town of Craik, Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure, Waste Management and Loraas Disposal.
Titan is one of the few clean technology project development firms in North America with experience processing municipal waste, forestry and agriculture residues, and specialty commercial waste streams such as construction and demolition waste and animal waste.
Titan accepts various types of organics and construction and demolition waste collected by Waste Management in Saskatchewan. This essentially removes the organic material from specific collection sites from landfills, thereby extending landfill capacity, and manages reusable material in an ecologically-friendly way.
Titan provides recycled absorbent material to mining and oil exploration drill sites throughout the province, with the bulk of the product being made directly from reclaimed construction and demolition waste.
Titan processes wood waste on-location for all of these companies. The shredded wood is then used as a land cover in some locations, or is removed for further processing to become the base for our eco-absorbent.
Titan processes creosote-treated bridge timbers and wood-box culverts that have been replaced by the Ministry during road and highway improvements. Titan’s processing site is the only treated wood recycling option in Western Canada.
Titan recycles cable reels and frames from SaskTel, turning this waste wood into part of our absorbent mix.
In partnership with the Town of Craik, the Craik Sustainable Living Project and Waste Management, Titan has begun one of the Saskatchewan’s first community green-bin composting projects. The town’s green waste is collected centrally and processed into a rapid compost at the Craik processing site. The finished compost is returned to the town for use in community gardens and municipal green spaces.
CN Rail is committed to diverting old ties from landfills to various recycling purposes. Titan, as one of the only approved non-landfill disposal sites for creosote-treated wood, collected unusable rail ties throughout 2011 and 2012. We are now processing them at the Craik facility.