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Amazing Work by Initiatives with Scrap Cars

Use of automobiles have damaged the environment with the greenhouse gasses released into the atmosphere due to the consumption of fossil fuel. By reutilizing scrap cars we stand to hope to repair the damage.

Here are two brilliant concepts that are being implemented various establishments with scrap cars to protect the environment. Once you scrap your car its usefulness has come to an end and there is nothing that you can get back from it. However both concepts that will be discussed today are some things that might give return to both you and the planet as a whole.

The first idea is by Lola Madrid a Spanish design firm. What they did with their startup project “bicycled” is to convert unwanted scrap cars into bespoke, handmade bicycles. They utilize everything from scrap cars to make these bicycles. Transmission belts are used as cycle chains, the frame is sourced from various vehicle parts, vehicle light indicator is used as a safety reflector, and the upholstery has been utilized to make extra comfortable bicycle seats.

So basically they have taken a gas guzzling scrap car and converted it into something that will run on zero emissions. The idea behind this very bright indeed. According to Lola Madrid the first prototype is ready and is currently being refined. The specifications for the bikes are not ready. The project also sits well with other projects like it.

The next concept is to encourage scrapping of old cars. Trees for Cities, a nonprofit has started a project where people can trade their cars for scrapping with a fresh young sapling of trees absolutely free of charge.

For customers arriving to conditions with decades of generating a gas-guzzling, carbon-producing clunker car, there is a remedy – business it in for clean, younger saplings. That's the assumption for a system in the Trees for Cities, where customers can convert in their gas guzzler and have shrub groves placed in come back. The program offers restitution for the damage that vehicles do to the environment. Car owners can help repair the damage by having vegetation placed with the funds brought up from the car scrapping or public auction value of the vehicle. According to the website, "One scrap car can plant about 13 saplings on average while a public auction of the car could place a whole grove!"

The Trees for Cities effort is similar to "Trees for Trade-Ins," released early last year in Colorado by car traders and the Colorado Clean the Air Foundation. Motorists trading in old vehicles obtained a nice tax reduction, and made participation to helping trees being placed in areas affected by catastrophe.

Nissan released an identical system in Japan last year with the organization of its Zero Exhaust Finance. Nissan Leaf motorists could generate CO2 "offset credits" that could later be marketed by Nissan and the earnings spent in both EV-charging facilities and forest-conservation initiatives.

Automobiles play a role a large part of the green house fumes launched into the weather each year, and with this in mind, the plan allows car entrepreneurs whose vehicles have come to the end of their life to give them to the Plants for Places charitable organisation. Those who want to give can complete a form on the Discarded Car Place Shrub website, providing information about the car and organizing a choose up time. Once finished, the plan is designed to tow vehicles within one to three days, after which they will be taken to a scrap garden or put up for public auction if still roadworthy. The resources will go to assisting plant new trees in the UK. According to the companyBusiness Management Articles, the normal car contribution will provide Plants for Places with GBP 100 to enhance city surroundings.

Scrap Car Place Plants is designed to eliminate the stress of losing an old car while at the same time placing the money towards a good cause.

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David Botham is a scrap car dealer and is researching into effective reutilization of scrap cars.

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