http://nicklinautorecyclers.com

Serving All Of Southern Ontario since 1959

U-Pull... U-Save!!!!

1-800-265-8304

About Us

about-us

This Weekend's U-Pick-It Specials

This Weekend’s U-Pick-It Specials

Radiators $14.99
Tail lights $14.99

Nicklins Scrapping Program

Sell Your Car

Kidney Car Program

Upull-it... U-Save!

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Nicklin Auto Parts & Recycling established in 1959, is fully licensed and certified by the Province of Ontario to responsibly process end-of-life automobiles. We operate a 30 acre site in Guelph serving all of Southern Ontario and offer market leading prices to the general public and car dealerships in buying unwanted end-of-life vehicles.

At Nicklin’s, we welcomes all makes and models of vehicles, domestic and foreign, offering free pick up and towing to our yard for responsible dismantling, auto parts re-use and metal scrap recycling. We employ environmentally conscientious practices utilizing modern extraction methods to securely remove all automotive fluids including oils, fuels and coolants for recycling.

All useable parts from salvaged vehicles along with free standing vehicles are placed in inventory for re-use by our customers in our pick and pull program. The remaining scrap metal is compacted for transportation to mills to create new metal products.

By proper and responsible recycling of vehicles, we all help to preserve the environment and sustain resources by reducing the dependence on the production of natural raw materials that consumes energy, water and related resources while reducing pollution.

Nicklin Auto Parts & Recycling fully participates in the Government of Ontario’s Tire Stewardship Program whereby at no charge, tires can be dropped off at our yard by the general public for compounding and responsible recycling. We are fully compliant with the Federal government program addressing responsible removal and recycling of all mercury switches.

We are proud to be an active corporate community citizen supporting on site fire department training, sponsoring minor sports teams and community charity work.