What is an End-of-Life Vehicle?
ELV Directive (End of Life Vehicle Directive 2000/53 / EC) and EU Practices aim to prevent wastes caused by End-of-Life Vehicles and to spread the collection, reuse, and recycling of these vehicles to protect the environment. While the ELV Directive sets clear targets for reuse, recycling, and recovery of vehicles and vehicle parts, it also encourages manufacturers to produce recyclable vehicles. In January 2011, new legislation has been enacted in Turkey to meet European Union requirements regarding scrap vehicles.
Sustainable Recycling in Automotive
Our country needs to reach international standards in the automotive recycling sector, as in every subject. We must be aware of our responsibility to provide adequate resources to future generations. The recycling process, which should be done in an environmentally friendly and reliable manner, should also maintain the profitability of the trade. Natural resources are used on a large scale in the construction of automobiles, and natural resources are gradually decreasing. Sustainability in the automotive industry can be achieved through the recycling of auto parts, the reuse of dismantled parts, the sale or collection of second-hand parts in the market, and their reuse as a raw material in other production processes. Reusable spare parts are disassembled under environmental legislation, regularly barcoded, repaired, and offered for resale, contributing to the Environment and Economics. Under the license, it provides the purification, recovery, recycling, and disposal of vehicles and spare parts within the scope of End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV) delivered through Economic Operators and End of Life Vehicles (ELV) delivery points.
AKADEMİ ÇEVRE INTEGRATED INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY INC. provides licensed End of Life Vehicles processing services with its expert staff.