Indiana Auto-Related Recycling Plans

The time is now for those with junky cars in Darbydale, Valleyview, Upper Arlington—we buy scrap cars all week. No more reasons for procrastination if you have a broken down car in Brice, Flint, or Westerville—contact our buyer of junk cars. Today is the day to move that hunk of junk in Truro, Bexley, and Madison by receiving cash for scrap vehicles. The auto recycling program for those in Gahanna, Franklin, and Grandview Heights allows for cash for a junk car.

A recent article on Recycling Today tells us the following:  “GEP Fuel & Energy Indiana has proclaimed plans to open a recycling center with a scrap-plastics-to-fuel site in Camden, Indiana. Various Indiana gov’t officials joined GEP leaders for the announcement.  GEP Fuel & Energy Indiana is a joint-effort between U.S. Energy Logistics, Toledo, OH, & GEP Fuels. The organization says it plans to invest $100M to build a 450K-sq.-foot recycling site there. Construction on the venture is expected to begin by the 1st quarter of 2017. This facility will process recyclable & non-recyclable plastics into a variety of viable end products. Also, the companies plan to construct an adjacent facility for $200M that will convert lower-value scrap that can’t economically be recycled into a fuel for the transportation markets.

U.S. Rail Corp.is expected to transport about 1,500 tons of plastics each day. Don Willis, who will manage the recycling side of the project, says the higher value plastic scrap will be recycled & sent to end markets such as the vehicle industry. The low value & zero-value plastic processed there will be transported to an energy facility on a conveyor. Steve Hogan, the president, says they decided to have the site in because of its closeness proximity to consumer plastics. The total capital investment for the project is $303M. The IN Economic Development Corp. (IEDC) offered GEP Fuel & Energy Indiana up to $2M in performance-based tax subsidies on the company’s job creation efforts. Most of the plastics that will be handled and used will be recovered from auto shredder residue (ASR). Hogan thinks the the recycling center will accept 1M tons of ASR annually, about 40 rail cars each day. Willis says the bulk of the ASR will be shipped on rotary cars. Recycling will include magnets & eddy current separators. Green Machine will be the maker of the sorting line.

In a statement, Jim Schellinger, president of the IDEC, said they were pleased they chose to locate here in Indiana. Indiana’s boasts low-cost, low-tax, decreased-regulation business environment. Hogan further added that it has taken the company 3.5 years to select the right technology for the site, supplied by Foy Group Ltd., a partner on the energy side of the project.” The complete article is available here.

To Buy Scrap Cars in Columbus

No need to wait another day to get rid of old cars in Blacklick, Grove City, or Jefferson-we will buy scrap cars there now. You can call (614) 715-5005 in Hilliard, Obetz, and Jackson to reach our buyer of junk cars today. Those in New Albany, Galloway, Hamilton, should visit http://ColumbusScrapCars.com for cash for scrap vehicles. Good news in the Ohio regions of Reynoldsburg, Montgomery, Mifflin—we offer cash for a junk car quickly.

Junk Recycling Issue

When deciding where to go to get cash for scrap vehicles, Columbus Scrap Cars is a great spot. Those residing in Dublin, Valleyview, and Whitehall should know that they can get cash for a car 6 days a week. We are happy to offer junk car hauler services in Montgomery, Brice, and Flint. Approximately how much money for a junk car is typically offered for a scrap vehicle in Westerville, Huber Ridge, or Truro, OH? We are now a salvage vehicle hauler in the regions of Madison, Gahanna, and Franklin, OH. Taking steps in the right direction for protecting our environment is worthwhile; therefore, contact us for eco-friendly auto recycling.

Josh Baugh posted an article titled ‘Trash found in recycling bin will result in a $25 fine’ in the July 6, 2016 edition of the San Antonio Express News with the following info: “Over the past few days, the 300K+ residential customers of the city’s Waste Management Department have received letters explaining that they could face fines of $25 for placing trash in the blue recycling units. Residents who put trash in these bins could see fines in their monthly CPS Energy bills. There was some outrage on social media.

About 45% of the department’s customers now have green cans for organics, and rollout for that program will be completed by mid-2017. In order to become more environmentally responsible, the city has set a goal of diverting about 60% of waste from landfills by 2025. This means increasing the amount of the items which can be recycled. Organic materials like grass and tree branches go into the green carts (you can also put cardboard boxes in there). Those organics are turned into mulch. Plastics, papers and others with the “recycle” emblem go in the blue cart. Trash that can’t go in the blue or green carts goes into the brown. Like your hypodermic needles, full bags of trash, dirty diapers etc. The people in charge of sorting recycling materials from the blue carts have found several shark heads and deer carcasses. The sorting crews are also pulling hundreds of lbs. of dirty diapers each hour from the recycling stream. About 23% of the recycling items are contaminated, and the city wants to be at less than 15%.

Waste-management workers have been trying to educate residents on which bin to use for these discarded items. Councilman Rey Saldaña says the city has taken the “carrot-and stick” approach in attempting to reduce recycling contamination — which both spoils loads of otherwise recyclable material & poses health hazards for the employees sorting the trash. The councilman says the issue isn’t relegated to a certain side of town — it seems to be occurring everywhere. Inspection teams have been working to identify problem carts & inform their owners. They will be getting a warning in the form of a hang-tag on the bins. Inspectors will then re-check whether the problem persists. If they’re repeatedly using their blue carts for improper items, then they will document the infraction — with pictures and a letter. Fines will be added on to monthly bills.

City leaders say they’re not targeting the customers who accidentally place the wrong kind of plastic in the carts. They’re going after the people who are dropping loads diapers, animals and other items that clearly are not recyclable. Some people have stated they won’t pay a fine for items that someone else may place in their bins after placed on the curbs. Tiffany Edmonds, a spokesperson for the waste department, suggests that people who are concerned that this may occur should put their trash out on the morning of their pickup. The $25 fines won’t generate much revenue for the department, Edmonds said. The fines cover the costs of sending out a garbage truck to pick up the contaminated loads.. Saldaña said he knows people will make occasional mistakes. Occasionally, we’ll put something in the wrong bin. Those people should not expect to be ticketed.” The full story is available here.

Obtain cash for scrap vehicles

You can get cash for a car regardless of condition and towing of your junk is included throughout Grove City, Jefferson, and Hilliard. As a long-standing junk car hauler serving Obetz, Jackson, and New Albany, we are experienced in the auto scrap market. Those seeking money for a junk car in Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, or Mifflin, are advised to contact our buyer now. Those with a broken down salvage vehicle in Upper Arlington, Lake Darby, and Worthington should call (614) 715-5005 for fast removal.