Recycling Your Old Automobile Can Help You Make a Few Bucks, Help a Local Charity and Clean Up the Environment at the Same Time!

Did you know the automobile is the largest recycled product in the US? The car is made of many types of precious metals; steel and copper being the most prevelent. So how does recycling my old car help the planet? Well first, when we chop up cars for much needed materials, we don’t have to mine raw materials from scratch. This helps save our planet since we don’t have to rip, dig, tunnel and blow up mother earth to get to the materials we need. The best thing about it is we buy junk cars!
Recycling and reusing metals such as steel and copper also reduces our need for energy. Once again, reducing our cost and need to create energy from scratch. And second, best of all, if you have an old car that doesn’t run or drive or just needs too many costly repairs…selling it gets a few greenbacks in your pocket. What’s better than a few extra dollars for some past due bills or a night out on the town!
Here’s a few ways on how to do it.
You can call companies that buy junk cars. They can be found on-line or in the auto classified section of your local newspaper. You can also call a local charity of your choice. They will usually pick-up your car Free of charge and tow it away at your convenience. Plus, you’ll get a tax deduction for your taxes. Last, but not least you can just drop it off at the local scrap yard. They will dismantle it and sometimes even give you a few dollars for your trouble. And don’t forget, you can always trade it in at a car dealership for a brand new car. So, whatever you choose to do, whether it helps a local charity, your wallet or just gets that old eye sore klunker out of your front yard…you’re helping mother earth stay clean, vibrant and healthy!

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