Car dumping has become a rising problem for the New South Wales administration in 2019.
Online PR News – 05-July-2019 – Sydney, New South Wales – We have barely gotten halfway through the year and have not come a long way from 2017 if we look at the progress in stopping environmental degradation. As of 2017, according to Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo, more than 500,000 End of Life Vehicles (ELVs) go off the road each year, and on to the landfills. The APRAA has called it a waste of resources for the car recycling industry.
Moreover, there is very less that has been done, or that is being done currently to create awareness among st the residents of New South Wales about this health hazard that is evidently increasing. With increased innovation in the electric vehicle industry, the automotive industry is reducing its carbon footprint, but not completely changing other behaviors.
However, the automotive recycling industry is taking some steps that might make the future a little less cramped by old, junk vehicles. Scarp Cars Removals has been in the car recycling business for the past few years. But it was not until very recently that they focused on creating social and environmental impact through their car wrecking business in Sydney.
"We did not start off thinking about the kind of impact we would create. We were only thinking of making something out of waste. Our vision statement has always spoken about making living more comfortable, I guess we are still doing that, just for a larger number of people who don't even do business with us," said Ron, a spokesperson from Scrap Cars Removal's Cash For Cars team.
The business also talks about engaging more car owners through their social media platforms and creating awareness at the same time. "There is an established content marketing team that solely exists to create awareness campaigns about how the car recycling process with Scrap Car Removals is easy and beneficial. We want to make sure that people do not dump their vehicles," said the Head of Marketing at Scrap Cars Removals in his briefing.
As a matter of concern, this car wrecking company also offer safe legal processing of the paperwork for the car owners that plan to wreck their cars. This is an incentive of sorts to encourage car owners all over Sydney to sell their vehicles instead of dumping them. Since most residents are unaware of the paperwork to be done to sell their vehicle, they often steer clear of making any efforts in that direction. Free of cost and assisted paperwork completion have added to the aids that customers will get in order to experience a hassle-free service.
"Our customers should not feel like they had to do put in effort into selling their car, van, truck, ute, bus, 4WD or whatever they are trying to sell. If they feel like it was too much work, we haven't done our job properly! Our design is such that no inconvenience can be felt throughout the process," said the top management while quoting a hundred per cent positive review rate.
Recycling is a fairly common word used, and most people now know, consciously or subconsciously that they need to produce less waste. The goal is to be a part of the circular economy that does not produce any waste, but reuses the waste again and again till it gets depleted. Businesses such as Scrap Cars Removals are a major contributing factor to such a concept. Since they are present with their fleets of drivers throughout Sydney most of which offering Cash Scrap Cars , their future plans are to contribute more and more by spreading further into New South Wales. There might not be a total lack of hope with flourishing companies such as them who consider the environment much more than a CSR activity.
Scrap Cars Removals is a car buyer in Sydney that offers its premium car removal Services all over Sydney and its suburbs. They buy old cars, used cars, trucks, utes, SUVs, vans, etc. They help most customers by getting rid of their car in a day while offering fast cash for their unwanted vehicles. Their spread of services takes into consideration damaged, junk, scrap, abandoned or plain old cars, too.