Scrap Logix are a DVLA approved vehicle collector dedicated to offering the highest levels of customer service when undertaking work. Having been established in the vehicle recycling trade for 8 years and working around the clock, all year round, you need not look anywhere else for your vehicle scrappage needs. Although we are based in the London borough of Harrow, all vehicles are destroyed at an authorised treatment facility to maintain our commitment to the environment. We are also governed by the governments Environmental Agency and we are able to provide a certificate of destruction for each vehicle taken in.
We offer best rates for collection and pay cash on collection at times suitable to you 7 days a week.
We have a fleet of recovery vehicles with professional and friendly drivers trained to provide prompt, polite and professional service
All V5 documentation completed according to local council and DVLA regulations and Certificate of destruction issued.
All waste materials which have been recovered during the de-pollution process are stored securely in special containers. These materials are then collected by licensed waste management companies before being re-used, recycled or lawfully disposed of in line with environmental law.
Lead acid batteries are largely made up of plastic (polypropylene) and lead. The casings are processed into new battery casings and the lead is recycled into new lead plates and other battery parts.
Oil filters which have been collected from end of life vehicles are sent for processing to separate the metal from the oil. The resultant oil is processed along with other waste oil and the metal is recycled into new steel.
Around 50 million waste tyres are produced each year of which approximately 70,000 tonnes originate from end of life vehicles.
There are already a number of alternatives in operation, ranging from the incineration of tyres in cement kilns and for energy recovery, the re-sale of part worn or re-treaded tyres to the re-use of granulated tyres in sports surfaces and road construction.
The majority of waste oils collected undergo heating to reduce the water content followed by filtration to remove solids and particulate material.
The resultant product is used as a fuel in industries such as power generation, metal smelting, mineral drying, brick making and road construction.
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