Have you ever wondered what happens to your old car once you sell it to a junkyard for recycling? If you have, read below to learn about what happens to recycled cars:
Recycling the plastics from your car:
Around 41 percent of plastics on a car are in the form of polyproplylene (PP). This material is most often found in the car’s bumper, dashboard and fender lines. Once broken down into a usable form, the plastics from your car will find its way into a variety of new products, which are simply too numerous to list.