This Company is Cleaning Up Australia, One Car at a Time

In a throw away world, production and consumerism is at an all time high. Products have become more consumable with shorter lifespans.

Gone are the days when you would purchase an item and use it for the rest of your life. These days, items are only built to last a few years as advancements in technology mean that model will be outdated in this time anyway.

This ideology has crept into almost all markets not just computers and smartphones. From white goods to motor vehicles, the latest model today will be outdated in 3 years, if not next week!

Old Vehicles Are Not Just Junk

If it wasn’t for some savvy businesses out there, we would be drowning in junk right now. Local car removal companies such as Top Cash for Scrap Cars ( is leading the way in helping clean up Australia.

There service revolves around the principal that one persons junk is another treasure. With the fast pace of motor vehicle production and new cars being purchased at an alarming rate, more and more old cars are mounting up.

Newcastle car owners now have an option instead of dumping their old unwanted car. They can call Top Cash for Scrap Cars, get a fair cash offer and have the car collected within days. Not only does this put some extra cash in their pocket to go to their bills or new car, but it helps clean up the country side.

Junk Cars Are Recycled

The best part about this process is that the old car is fully recycled. From stripping the car for hard to find reusable parts that can be sold to old car restorers the rest of the parts and metal as sold as scrap. Best of all the car is properly drained from all the polluting fluids and chemicals from parts such as the battery, oil sump and fuel lines.

So let’s all take a leaf out of the books at these smart businesses and think about what we can recycle. I can’t wait for someone to come up with a solution to remove all the plastic and waste from our oceans. If we don’t act quickly the level of pollution there may be too far gone.

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