Scrap Car Collection

We have a greener approach to scrap car collection. We follow a four-step process when deciding exactly how to recycle a car. This enables us to decide the most cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to handle each component of an end-of-life- car.

Four Steps To Scrap Car Recycling


Some parts are of sufficiently good quality that they can simply be re-used without any further recycling or processing.


Some parts can be used again following some repair or re-engineering work. Re-manufacturing differs from recycling in that the part is preserved in its whole form.


If the part cannot be re-used or re-manufactured, then many components and parts can be recycled. This involves reducing the part to its component materials so that they can then be reprocessed into new forms.

Recovery / Refine

Even if we can’t re-use, re-manufacture or recycle some materials, it may be possible to recover the energy from certain parts of an end-of-life car. The most obvious example is engine oil, this often contains impurities and cannot just be re-used. However, properly collected waste oil can be refined, and be a valuable energy resource. See how this works in our technology section.

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