Are you wondering how to sell a junk car for cash? Perhaps you are seeking out a wrecked car buyer who buys crashed cars? We pay cash for a damaged car of any age or state of disrepair. By contacting our junk and wrecked vehicle buyer at (216) 282-JUNK, you can learn how to sell a junk car quickly. Our next topic from the world of junk car scrap and recycling discusses scrap vehicle tires.
The April 1, 2016 edition of Tire Business featured a story titled ‘Titan’s tire recycling venture opens’ with the following news: “Titan Tire Reclamation Corp. (TTRC) has begun operating at its location in the Canadian oil sands and disclosed plans to open similar other sites in Australia & Chile. TTRC uses reactors to transform scrapped mining tires into oil, steel and carbon black, providing a solution to one of the major environmental problems these areas face. Until now, recycling scrap industrial mining tires wasn’t possible due to their overall size and density. Their process was originally developed by a group called Green Carbon L.L.C. Titan has been working at this site since 2014.
The Green Carbon system uses 75% of gas from tires in a special reactor. Each tire produces approximately 500 gallons of oil, 4,000lbs of carbon black and 2,000lbs of steel. At full production, TTRC should be capable of converting 240,000 pounds of scrap tires a day. These recycled items can be placed back into new products. The system uses 85% of the gas it generates to heat up the vessel housing the scrap tires. TTRC signed a 10-year lease in 2014 on 10 acres of land north of Fort McMurray for the operation. Titan did not disclose its investment in setting up TTRC, but has said on a number of occasions it expects its recycling activities to generate $250M or more a year in revenue from the sale of reclaimed oil, carbon black & steel.
Chief Allen Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) was also in attendance, showing the First Nation’s support of the new technology and its partnership with TTRC, which opened with 15 employees and could grow to 40. According to Titan International Chairman and CEO Maurice Taylor Jr., Titan plans to expand the TTRC operations, although he did not elaborate on the time or scale of those plans.” The complete article is available at this link.
Who buys crashed cars around here?
We are on hand throughout Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties to pay cash for a damaged car. A scrap or wrecked vehicle buyer is generally referred to be operating in the auto scrap and recycling industry. One call to our office is all it takes to receive cash for a damaged car and scrap vehicle removal services are included! Find out how to sell a junk car for cash by visiting us online at http://www.ClevelandScrapCars.com today. We are proudly among those who buys crashed cars and other unwanted vehicles in the greater Cleveland area. CSC believes in the promotion of waste diversion by maintain goals to reuse and recycle as much material as possible. Actually, our various environmentally sound practices have benefits that include reducing air pollution and water pollution.