OVERVIEW OF 2M RESSOURCES

Founded in 1999 in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, 2M Ressources has made a name for itself throughout North America, thanks to a network of customers at both ends of the recycling chain from across Canada and the United States.

Our reputation for excellence is strengthened every day through our superior operational performance—meeting deadlines, using cutting-edge equipment and processes and offering competitive pricing—as well as through our recognized leadership, which has allowed our research and development team to make significant technological advancements. Contact our team
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
we borrow it from our children.
- Si'ahl, Chief of the Duwamish tribe.

Social Responsibility

The notion of sustainable development—development that meets today’s needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs—is of particular importance at a time when we are facing climate change, dwindling natural resources and world population growth.

As creators of wealth and consumers of resources, companies have a key role to play. Any initiative aimed at maximizing the use of non-renewable resources or reducing waste and pollution makes a significant contribution to the wellbeing of our children and grand children.

At 2M Ressources, we’re constantly striving to improve our operational efficiency while reducing our use of resources—always doing more with less. And, thanks to our recovery centre, we also help our clients to significantly reduce their ecological footprint. In fact, together with our clients, we are creating and maintaining an environmentally responsible supply chain.
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Did you know that using recycled material to make glass has the following benefits?

Natural resources are preserved by replacing sand with silica, limestone and soda ash.
Energy is saved, as recycled glass melts more easily and quickly than natural raw materials.
Greenhouse gas is reduced as a result of lower CO2 emissions.2
Significantly less waste is sent to landfill sites.