The De-pollution process
Every ELV (end of life car)centre must comply with the Goverment guide lines and have wamitab accreditation and be registered with the enviromental agency.
When a vehicle enters the site the registration documents are checked against the vehicles identification, and that the owner of the vehicle has photographic identification.
The vehicle is then checked to see if the waste being accepted is as described. If the load is found to be contaminated i.e gas bottles, the load will be rejected.
The vehicle is then placed in a area clearly marked for de-pollution,
then the de-pollution process can begin.
Step 1:Removal of battery.
Step2: Remove wheels and tyres.
Step 3: Removal of catylic converter.
Step 4:Removal of all fluids i.e oil, petrol, diesel, break fluid, anti freeze, power steering fluid, hydraulic oil (shockers), transmission oils, washer bottle and engine oils.
Step 5: Remove all gases i.e shock absorbers, air conditioning and airbags.
Step 6: Plug all holes i.e petrol tank and engine sump.
Step 7: Turn all switches on.