Have you ever thought about the number of parts that are replaced on a typical vehicle? More than 25 million tons of material is recycled each year from vehicles.
Some automotive parts that commonly get replaced throughout the lifespan of a vehicle and can be recycled at your local scrap metal recycling facility include: brake drums and rotors, wheels, engine parts, transmissions, radiators, starters, alternators, exhaust parts, body parts, batteries.
With the increase in metal prices, scrap metal automotive parts have become a treasure for the small automotive shop or auto mechanic looking to supplement their income. The average automobile is made up of 65% metal and most can be recycled for cash.
Many recyclable materials including steel, aluminum and copper can be obtained from automotive parts recycling. Aluminum accounts for nearly half of a vehicles scrap value even though it may only be about 10% of the weight of an average vehicle.
So whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or a mechanic at a local auto repair facility, recycling old or broken auto parts means extra cash in your pocket when you stop by your local scrap metal recycler.
ALUMINUM ● COPPER ● BRASS ● STEEL
Please remember to bring your driver's license or state ID as this is a
State Law to sell your scrap metal.
D&L Recycling is a registered scrap metal recycler with the Ohio Department of Public Safety-Division of Homeland Security and works with all local law enforcement to prevent theft.
IT PAYS TO RECYCLE