Scrap Motor Vehicles
Recycling, Disposal and Reuse
The scrap motor vehicle recycling and dismantling industry dismantles waste vehicles to recover the outer bodies, which are crushed into pieces, winnowed, separated using magnetism and eddy current separators, then finally sorted by hand. The separated metals, rubbers, plastics, glass sands, and other reusable items are then recycled and reused.
Recycling Volume and Collection rate
The current collection rate of scrap motor vehicles is calculated with the estimated waste volume by ownership calculation method. The ownership calculation method is: Registered number of vehicles at the end of that year (A) = Registered number of vehicles at the end of the previous year (B) + the number of vehicles sold that year (C) – the number of waste vehicles of that year (D). So the estimated waste volume (D) = (B) + (C) – (A). The collection rate is calculated as: Collection rate = Inspected and certified volume ÷ estimated waste volume (D). According to statistics, the 2018 certified resource collection rate of scrap motor vehicles was about 99.07%.