We are here and ready for you to sell a car for cash in Montgomery, Mifflin, or New Rome, OH. Those looking for a spot to sell a junk car for fast cash in Lake Darby, Whitehall, or Worthington, should call us. Where is a good place to sell an old car in the regions of Lockbourne, Marble Cliff, and Harrisburg, OH? Believe it or not, even a totaled car has some kind of salvageable value in Riverlea, Urbancrest, and Minerva Park, OH. When deciding where to scrap a car in Franklin County, be sure to check that the recycler is an advocate for the environment.
An October 2016 article in The Courier by Denise Grant states: “Lorain County’s recycling program, which includes the recycling of glass bottles, is common for Ohio, according to the state EPA. The focus is the public’s resolve to recycle in the first place, according to Keith Bailey, the existing director of the Lorain County Solid Waste District, a veteran of over thirty years in the industry. There are places for both private and public sectors in environmental recycling. In Hancock County, the recycling program’s first, Litter Landing, is running at a $300K annual loss. It has an archaic baler for cardboard and plastics; works with an aging glass crusher; and annually ships roughly 200 tons of various glass products over to Pennsylvania. Mixed glass rides along for free because it has zero value.
Litter Landing isn’t accepting glass anymore and Hancock County’s recycling program is on life-support. With residents totaling 300,000, nearly (4) times that of Hancock County, Lorain County (LC) handled 5,234 tons of glass in 2014. LC’s solid waste coordination plan is more than just gathering junk in a bin for shipping elsewhere. A good plan is said to be the best starting point for making adjustments. There is a theory that we’re making money selling recyclables. Many of the recycleable material needs be subsidized. Most of LC’s recycling is done with mobile roll-off bins, with materials processed by private companies. The county facilitates all hazardous waste, as the private sector has been reluctant to do so. LC officials have been occupied with the EPA to find a major glass processor, like Rumpke Consolidated Companies, which is a bit closer (in Dayton). Fees which are collected by the Hancock County Landfill are purposed to balance out recycling losses. Glass is just difficult to handle and costs labor. A tractor-trailer load of clean brown or clear glass has value of only $200.
EPA officials Marie Barnett, Ernie Stall & Chet Chaney talked about resuming glass recycling, but growing it to include bottles from businesses. Rumpke is one of the US’ bigger privately-held waste recyclers. They are capable of handling 80,000 tons of glass annually. They could offer a market for Hancock County’s glass & limit handling concerns. In 2014, Litter Landing had operating expenses totaling $436,930. In 2015, the deficit nearly doubled.” The complete article can be viewed at http://thecourier.com/local-news/2016/10/01/state-epa-to-evaluate-county-recycling-program/
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To sell a junk car is always a better option than to leave it sitting lying around somewhere in Georgesville, Brown, or Norwich, OH. When trying to sell an old car there is consideration whether it is easier to just scrap it and have it towed away in Perry, Plain, or Sharon. A totaled car in Lincoln Village, Amlin, or Clinton may still have some residual value, particularly if it is less than (10) years old. Contact the home of where to scrap a car in Groveport, Canal Winchester or Huber Ridge—call the office today!