Scrap & Recycling Jargon

Today is as good a day as any in Groveport, Canal Winchester, and Huber Ridge to get cash for a car with free towing. Why not take action in Hamilton, Reynoldsburg, and Montgomery—learn how to scrap my car by calling (614) 382-4060. Do you know how to sell a junk car in Mifflin, New Rome, and Lake Darby? If not give us a call today. Make it a New Year’s resolution in Whitehall, Worthington, and Lockbourne to convert unwanted vehicles to junk car scrap. Did you know that in the US, 12M to 15M cars are scrapped, providing tremendous amounts of salvageable components

In the Dec 2, 2016 edition of Waste Dive, Cole Rosengren delivered the following news: “A new online study from the Foodservice Packaging Inst., piloted by Resource Recycling Systems, found that citizens do not respond well to industry language or jargon when it comes to comprehending recycling guidelines, as stated by Plastics News. When presented a picture of a plastic clamshell container, merely 19% of those identified it as such. The term “plastic container” was selected by 61% & 12% picked “to-go container.” The results were comparable when shown a polystyrene clamshell — 50% of those responding selected “foam container” as the top description. When asked what source they usually rely on most for recycling data 31% said their city, county or recycling company’s website, followed by 23% who said signs on reprocessing carts. Among those in the 18-34 range, social media was also a positive choice. As for where they go initially to grasp whether a product is recyclable, 51% of those said they look at its recycling symbol.

Strong education is a vital part of increasing diversion rates & limiting contamination that can be expensive for material recovery facilities. The study also looked at the top language for directing citizens to empty & clean such containers in efforts to better know this issue. The results support advancements in standardized terminology on a broad level that has been motivated by a few groups in particular. Recycle By City has been striving to provide clear online material about the recycling procedures for specific municipalities. Recycle Across America has been working diligently to standardized labels for containers in various public buildings, particularly schools. Rhode Island was the 1st to adopt the labels and make them easily accessible to all governmental outfits and municipalities.

As found in the survey results, customers also still relied on the basic product recycling symbols which is likely a reason why more brands are starting to use the standardized How2Recycle style packaging. A new How2Compost label was just launched also to address the increasing amount of compostable materials coming on the market. All of these strategies are promising, though it is likely that packaging still is outside any actual recycling segment which has encouraged discussions of extended production programs or circular economy implementations to address this. The full article is available here.

Columbus Get Cash for a Car

What all is involved to get cash for a car in the regions of Riverlea, Urbancrest, and Minerva Park, OH? Can you explain to me how to scrap my car for fast cash in Georgesville, Brown, and Norwich, OH? What is the secret on how to sell a junk car for quick cash in Perry, Plain, or Sharon, OH? Often areas will begin to accumulate vehicles lying around that need junk car scrap in Lincoln Village, Amlin, or Clinton, OH?  It is true that automobile liquid waste must be kept from contaminating the local environment.

Junk Car Crackdowns

We buy junk cars throughout Gahanna, Franklin, and Grandview Heights, often the same-day that you contact us. Residents of Blendon, Minerva Park, and Blacklick, should be aware that we are a local buyer of scrap cars. To get cash for a car in Grove City, Jefferson, and Hilliard, the process is as easy as just picking up the telephone. Our service area for junk car removal and old car scrap has been expanded to accommodate Obetz, Jackson, and New Albany. Did you know that our eco-friendly recycling practices preserve resources, lower costs and decrease pollutants?

In the July 11, 2016 edition of KomoNews an article composed by Mark Miller titled ‘Puyallup police crackdown on abandoned junk cars left in the street’ informed us the following: “A beat-up old Z28 Camaro parked on a residential street could be an eye-popping classic muscle car. But it was tagged by a Puyallup Police parking enforcement officer because it’s considered an abandoned vehicle. Police have launched a crackdown after citizen complaints about beaten up cars and trucks recently.

Deputy Chief Dave McDonald says it is a quality of life issue; people don’t want to have to view abandoned cars on the streets. He says the department is asking the citizens to report suspected junk vehicles. While many people call because they object to the ugliness and because abandoned vehicles can bring down their neighborhood, reporting such cars and trucks helps police solve crimes. A lot of cars that have been stolen are recovered this way. People often call in, so we would run the plate and find it was stolen. Under city law, a car cannot remain parked on a public street for more than seventy-two hours in a row. When a parking vehicle officer tags a vehicle, they write time on the window and place a sticker on the windshield, which is a warning that the vehicle can be towed at the owner’s expense if not moved in 72 hours. If no contact is made or we get no response, then these cars are towed away. The full story is available here.

In another similar effort to clear the streets of unwanted vehicles, on the timesheraldonline.com a story with the headline of ‘Vallejo police start ridding streets of abandoned vehicles’ informed us as follows: “An abandoned vehicle enforcement operation conducted recently impounded 71 cars for various violations, Vallejo PD officials said. The Traffic Division and the Community Services, along with other staff, checked 271 cars that had been reported to police as being possibly abandoned. Of those, 185 were found to be currently registered & legally parked.

The Vallejo PD encourages anyone who has a vehicle that is not registered, missing key components needed to operate or otherwise abandoned on a city street, to have it moved in compliance with local law. You can report abandoned vehicles in multiple ways: by phone — (707) 648-4682, on the internet — www.ci.vallejo.ca.us, click on City Hall, Police, Online Services,” officials said.” The article can be viewed in its entirety here.

We will buy junk cars in Columbus

Where are the places that have a buyer of scrap cars for those in Galloway, Hamilton, or Pickerington? To easily get cash for a car, we are available to make available your price quote over the phone, via email or text. Junk car removal is one aspect of the process in Reynoldsburg, Mifflin, and Washington; these are among the places where we tow away that old car away. Are you wondering where and how to handle old car scrap in Upper Arlington, Lake Darby, or Worthington? We frequently receive calls from auto repair shops in areas such as Lockbourne, Marble Cliff, and Harrisburg, from an owner who has decided to scrap their car, truck or van. Did you know that we work with other organizations to achieve environmental goals and create solutions that optimize recyclables?