1. The car is drained of fluids such as fuel and oil. Environmentally hazardous components like the battery and oil filter are properly handled.
  2. The car is checked to see if there are any parts that can be reused. When it comes to collision-damaged cars received from workshops and insurance companies, most of the car parts are often still usable.
  3. Afterward, the car is dismantled, and everything that can be recycled is collected and sorted. This can include car windows, tires, wiring, and catalytic converters. These parts are then taken to recycling facilities and turned into new materials.
  4. Finally, the car is compacted to take up as little space as possible during transport to the fragmentation and final recycling process.
  5. When the process is complete, over 90 percent of your car has been recycled.

What we do

All vehicles undergo a thorough inspection before scrapping; we prefer to see a car on the road rather than in a compactor. Spare parts are sold and reused 

Read fault codes

Visual inspection

Mechanical troubleshooting


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Recycling process

Click on the link to read more about the recycling process that takes place when you scrap your car.

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