Have you heard that Metro Recycling is now picking up your scrap cars? Have you ever wondered what happens to your old faithful car or truck after it lands in one of our yards? Then this blog is for you. Buckle up as we drive through the process of car and truck recycling!
Approximately 12-15 million cars and trucks reach the end of their useful lives each year. These cars and trucks have one last stop before being reused! Cars and trucks that are recycled are a valuable source for spare parts. These facilities are known salvage yards, scrap yards, auto dismantling yards, and auto recyclers, just to name a few! In this blog, we will discuss what car and truck recycling is, what the benefits are, and a brief overview of the process.
Driving into a scrap yard with various types of metals and recycling items can be overwhelming and daunting to an inexperienced scrapper. You may ask yourself what can I do to make this faster and more efficient. Everyone is busy and we understand that! Here are a few tips to make your next trip easier!
Need a little extra cash after the holidays? Have you resolved to lessen your environmental impact in the new year? Look no further than a paid recycling center!
According to Nielsen insights, the top five New Year’s resolutions include staying fit, losing weight, enjoying life, spending less money and saving more, and spending more time with friends and family. Do you know what is not on the top five and should be? Scrapping or recycling!
When Christmas is over, presents are all unwrapped, and family has come and gone what should you do with all the left over wrapping paper, boxes, packing essentials, and Christmas tree? Here are some ideas on how to recycle and upcycle these items!
Have you ever wondered what happens to old Betsy, your 1995 rusted, green escort wagon, when she has no more life to live? You’re not alone. Many people are unaware of what happens to their old or totaled cars or trucks when they are no longer fit for life on the road. The answer to this question is simple; Old Betsy is recycled.
Summer is in full swing and we’re all busy enjoying sunny days, cool breezy nights and fresh produce. You might be thinking you’d love to grow your own produce, but don’t have a yard to have a garden. Let’s talk about the different options you have, even if you’re city living.
We’ve been focusing on tires in the last few blog posts. To end our section on tire recycling, let’s talk about a DIY project you can do to repurpose an old tire.
We’ve been talking a lot about tire recycling in the past few weeks. Facts about tires, why they’re bad for landfills and now we’re going to discuss what tires can be re-purposed into.
There are actually quite a few different options when it comes to re-purposing tires. Here is a basic list of the uses for tires.
As we talked about a few weeks ago, recycling tires can be challenging. With over 290 million tires discarded every year we have a lot of tires with limited places for them to go.
Let’s talk about tires. This is one material that is hard to get rid of. Many recycling centers won’t accept tires and many landfills won’t take them either. Let’s start with discussing some facts about tires before we get into the nitty gritty.