Pluck A Part Automotive Recyclers Arizona will pay you Cash For Junk Cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park.
We buy all types of vehicles, regardless of the vehicles age or over all condition. If your car has been in an accident, not to worry we buy smashed car, trucks, vans and SUV’s everyday from people just like you. In fact we are the largest buyer of junk cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park.
Our cash for cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park hotline is open seven days a week to help you get rid of your unwanted vehicle.
Here’s what to expect when you call our cash for junk cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park Hotline.
- We will have some general questions to ask you about your vehicle. (Year, make, model, mileage and overall condition of the vehicle).
- Do you have a notarized title for the vehicle.
- Location of the vehicle
- Are any parts missing from your junk car
- Are the tires inflated
- Many times we will ask what you would consider a fair price for your car.
Once you have a quote for your vehicle you will have an opportunity to set up a convenient time for us to pick up your junk car.
Yes, we pick up all junk cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park for FREE. There are no hidden fees or charges when you sell your junk car to Pluck A Part Automotive Recycling Arizona.
Our customer service team will typically be able to set up a time to remove your vehicle the same day!
Call our cash for junk cars Grand Canyon Nat Park now for FREE Junk Car Removal today (480) 284 4566
Pluck A Part Automotive Recyclers Arizona also buys newer model cars, trucks and SUV’s, that are not considered “junk cars”. If you have a vehicle that you are simply looking to get rid of FAST call our cash for cars in Grand Canyon Nat Park sales team at (480) 284 4566 today.
We will give you a competitive offer for your newer model vehicle and make the selling process FAST and easy. Let us put cash in your pocket today.
Pluck A Part Auto Salvage is an environmentally responsible automobile recycler. All junk cars go through a vigorous recycling process to ensure that all hazardous fluids are drained from the vehicles, stored and then recycled before the vehicle is dismantled. We recycle every part of the vehicles that we purchase including all of the oils, gasoline, metal, mechanical parts, plastic, cloth and rubber.
Through responsible automobile recycling in Arizona we ensure that cars and trucks are not being dropped into landfills and polluting our ground water
For close to 100 years, automotive recycling companies have been providing environmental conservation worldwide through recycling of old junk cars. In the United States, the automotive recycling industry has become the 16th largest industry across the United States. Many estimate the auto recycling industry to be a $25 billion per year industry. There are now close to six thousand vehicle-recycling operations dispersed across the United States.
Recycling automobiles instead of throwing them into landfills provides enough steel to produce almost 13 million new automobiles each year and it will generate forty six thousand jobs
Junk Cars are the most recycled consumer product in the world today. Ninety five percent of junk cars are processed for recycling each year.
Technological advancements in automotive recycling of junk cars make it so that, everything from floor mats and instrument panels to upholstery, aluminum and steel can be recycled to be used in new automobiles or other consumer products. According to ISRI, about 26 automobiles are recycled every minute in the United States Of America. Automotive salvage companies aid in the soft side of automotive recycling.
Auto recyclers make a living by removing reusable parts from vehicles for sale and then reuse on other vehicles. The majority of automotive recyclers will strip junk cars of engines, transmissions, doors, fenders, quarter panels, starters, alternators, radiators, water pumps, wheels, glass and bumpers. Auto recyclers will disassemble, clean and then inventory these used auto parts and components for resale.
Once a junk car is fully dismantled of all of the parts that can be resold, the vehicle is sent through a shredder where fragments are sorted magnetically into ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Ferrous materials are metallic metals, and non-ferrous metals are non magnetic materials like aluminum, magnesium, copper, brass and zinc. The shredded material goes through a shaker table and the metal is sorted from the non metal. The non metallic materials are all lumped together in what is called “Zorba” and sold at a higher rate than the metallic shred.
Approximately 75 percent of a vehicle is steel vs the non metallics that are used in an automobile. The shredded steel that comes from automotive recycling is then sold back to steel mills and mixed with new metal before returning to manufacturers for reuse. Recycled metals from junk cars are used in frame, wheel, engine and chassis reproduction of new automobiles. In 2013 old metal from junk cars produced 48 million steel utility poles, one third of the utility poles in the United States Of America.
Auto wreckers also remove recyclable fluids and materials from the junk cars, SUV’s and trucks that they dismantle prior to recycling. Recyclable fluids comprise engine oil, brake fluid, transmission oil, power steering fluids, coolants, refrigerant and gasoline. Other valuable materials that are stripped from junk cars prior to shredding are plastics, batteries, catalytic converters, tires and wiring harnesses
Like steel and non ferrous materials these fluids are recycled into a variety of new consumer products, like oil, and diesel fuel.
Recycling plastics and rubber from junk cars and junk trucks are the two fastest growing segments of the recycling industry. Salvaged plastic bumpers are recycled into new bumper reinforcements in the recycling process for Ford Motor Company Mazda and Toyota. Through the recycling process, old junk cars are recycled into new automobiles, and used automotive parts are sold at a fraction of new ones.
At least 84 percent of a junk car’s material content is recycled into something new. Take tires and carpets as an example of recyclable products. Used carpet from junk cars can become air cleaner assemblies and engine fan modules on new automobiles. While automobile makers safely build new tires with 10 percent recycled tire rubber material from junk cars. Recycled tires also used in the production of new brake pedals or floor mats.
DaimlerChrysler is another auto maker which transforms recycled tires into radiator side air baffles and splash shields in some of their sport utility vehicles. General Motors also transforms recycled tires from junk cars into radiator side air baffles.
10 percent of all plastic parts used in the MINI Cooper by BMW Group are made up of recycled materials from old junk cars. Other household consumer products are recycled into components of new autos. For example, milk jugs are recycled into auto trim while carpet becomes sound-deadening material, and spent battery casings become splash shields. Ford Motor Company has used grille reinforcements, window frames, engine covers and trunk carpets manufactured from more than 50 million plastic soda bottles in its vehicles
Junk cars and trucks are recycled into new consumer products everyday across the United States and Europe. In particular, metallic metals such as steel are smelted and reused for building construction, or for use in a new vehicles. Another example is consumer batteries which are used in flashlights or cameras are often made from melted metal from a junk car.
Each year across the Grand Canyon Nat Park, approximately 95 percent of junk cars and trucks vehicles are processed for recycling instead of ending up in fields or worse yet in landfills. Recycling junk cars saves an estimated 85 million barrels of oil worldwide that would have been used in the manufacturing of new or replacement parts.
To help promote environmental conservation worldwide, auto manufacturers are committed to discovering ways to continue the recycling and reuse of junk cars and trucks in the United States and worldwide.
In many ways, automakers are driving innovation.