On the 12th January, Salvage Wire launches its second series of free depollution podcasts which will be available to download and listen to at any time.
Salvage Wire embraced this technology and released a series of podcasts in 2020, which focused on the vehicle salvage and vehicle recycling industries.
Conversations with leaders and influencers within the industry included Jane Pocock from Copart, Scott Robertson, President of the Automotive Recyclers Association, Chas Ambrose from the Vehicle Recyclers Association and Roger West from the British Vehicle Salvage Federation.
Also in the first series of podcasts in 2020, Salvage Wire had conversations with leaders and influencers from outside of the industry to challenge and inspire us including, Adam Murray from AVIVA, Mark Robb of Positive Reframe and David Cresswell from Auto Body Professional Club.
Series two of Depollution from Salvage Wire launches on Tuesday, January 12th 2021. This series expands upon the vision of series one – to bring interesting and inspiring leaders to discuss the vehicle salvage and vehicle recycling industry along with other leaders who can challenge and inspire the whole industry.
In series two, their conversations include leaders from the UK and across the world. Podcasts already recorded or scheduled include SYNETIQ, ELVES and United Catalyst Corporation, and the subjects covered include Reclaimed Parts, Recycler Certification, Leadership, Battery Recycling, Catalyst Recycling, Mindfulness and much more.
Chris Daglis of PARTnered Solutions is the first guest on Series Two. Chris has been very much involved with the vehicle salvage and recycling industries his whole life and now focuses on vehicle recalls and recycled parts.
Over the last two years, Chris’ involvement with eBay has given the UK the first-ever certification programme for vehicle recyclers. This certification opens up parts sales opportunities to a whole new range of customers, including vehicle collision repair centres and insurance-funded repairs.
There is one question we ask every single guest on the podcast: “What was your first car and do you have any special memories of the car?”, so far the most common first car is the original Mini, the most exotic, a Datsun 240Z and the special memories were all different, from regularly taking a short-cut home and flooding the car, to never actually driving it because their uncle sold the car! This question continues in series two, so watch out for some great answers and some equally amazing first cars!
Podcasts are easy to access, just click on the link here and subscribe to get all new podcasts downloaded onto your device – once downloaded you can listen to them as and when you want. The same link also gives access to series one.
To find out more about Salvage Wire, visit www.salvagewire.com