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Dr Joseph Eke, Research & Development Manager from EMR looks at new ways to extract rare-earth magnets which are found in a number of products including end of life EVs.
Scrap car charity donation scheme relaunched by Southampton based automotive recycler to support local, community charities in the wake of Covid
UDonateacar, the fundraising initiative from Silverlake Automotive Recycling [Silverlake] has re-launched and teamed up with national charity partner, Global’s Make Some Noise, to support small, local charities helping to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people and communities. Services provided by these charities include food banks, support for abuse and trauma, bereavement, homelessness, illness, isolation and loneliness, poverty, mental health, disability, carers and lack of opportunity.
Oakdene Hollins recently published a report with focus on a circular economy for automotive plastic.
Copart Inc., global vehicle remarketing and recycling company, is creating a new 68-acre UK ‘Super Centre’ in East Anglia, as part of a major expansion programme to meet continued and growing customer demand.
Alexander Thompson, Innovation Project Manager, EMR discusses RECOVAS, the project that looks to create a new circular end-of-life supply chain for the electric vehicle industry, and its influence on the design of products for reuse and recycling.
Two men have been convicted of waste crime after depositing, storing and dismantling end of life vehicles at their site without authorisation from the Environment Agency.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) recently reveals an 18-point action plan to deliver net-zero and releases its discussion papers – Decarbonising Logistics and transport – Routes to Net Zero – COP26. In it, it states that it ‘sees no alternative in the long term to road user charging’ as part of transport decarbonisation.
Johnson Matthey, a global leader in sustainable technologies, has been working to commercialise its range of high nickel cathode materials, principally for the automotive Industry.
Waste recycling company Recycling Lives has supported a special garden artwork installation to mark Remembrance Day, created by a group of ex-services personnel in a prison where the business supports individuals back into employment.
A Dereham garage proprietor has received a suspended prison sentence for storing waste illegally, despite repeated warnings from the Environment Agency.
This December, ELVES will once again be offering ATFs in Ireland the opportunity to undertake electric and hybrid vehicle awareness training through its Electric ELVES programme. In addition to basic awareness training, this round of training will offer a more advanced course to participants who have already completed the introductory course.
Rob Phillips, Client Services Team Senior at e2e total loss vehicle management discusses the part he plays in the vehicle recycling industry.
Recycling Lives, the UK’s largest end-of-life vehicles processor, is developing a ground-breaking solution that uses hard-to-recycle automotive shredder residue (ASR) to deliver renewable energy and reduce waste-to-landfill.
To mark Carbon Literacy Action Day 2021, and the first day of Glasgow’s COP 26 event, the UK’s leading integrated vehicle salvage, dismantling and recycling company has delivered industry, internal and community-based Carbon Literacy training courses, inspiring participants to create meaningful environmental change.
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