What Happens to the Parts in Your End Of Life Vehicle?
At Moffatt Scrap Iron & Metal Inc., we’re proud to be registered with the Environmental Activity and Sector Registry (EASR) as a site for end of life vehicles.
An end of life vehicle has to be stripped, wrecked or inoperable due to mechanical failure. Up to 75% of your old car can be recycled. But what happens to your vehicle?
Oils, gas, transmission, brake and steering fluid are reused or removed to a licensed facility.
Coolants, fuels, and windshield fluids can be reused or sold.
Lead acid batteries are either re-sold or removed from our site.
Good quality tires can be recycled to be resold domestically or internationally.
Air conditioning units are always evacuated by trained, licensed technicians and refrigerant can be sold to licensed buyers for reuse.
As a registered end of life vehicle site, we are equipped to process and handle contaminants and pollutants from your vehicle and dispose of them safely.
One thought on “What Happens to the Parts in Your End Of Life Vehicle?”
I haven’t gotten a car to its death bed just yet, but when I do I know where to go!