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AMF buy Cats

AMF wants your catalytic converters

AMF is a professional company with nine years industry experience, We offer a collection service with immediate payments and grading done in front of customer. Deliveries also taken. Please call us for the latest prices.
Contact AMF by email or telephone: 01386 841800
Address: AMF CATS Ltd, Unit 14, Weston Ind Est, Weston Rd, Honeybourne, Evesham WR11 7QB


BASF Metals Recycling Ltd

BASF refines precious metals contained in scrap automotive catalytic converters. We accept ceramic catalytic converters, both canned and as monolith, as well as metallic catalytic converters for refining. Our sampling and analysis techniques have been developed over many years to provide accurate results for Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium.
BASF website
Contact BASF by email or telephone: 01594 827744
Address: BASF Metals Recycling Ltd, Forest Vale Rd, Cinderford, Gloucestershire, GL14 2PH

JWB buy Cats

JWB Recycling Ltd webuycats.co.uk

JWB are specialists in the recycling of catalytic convertors and other precious metal waste. JWB Recycling will buy your scrap catalytic convertors for cash from anywhere in the country. We offer on-site assessment of scrap with an immediate decision and settlement in cash.
JWB Recycling Ltd website
Contact JWB Recycling Ltd by email or telephone: 01446 795500
Address: JWB Recycling Ltd, Llandow Trad Est, Llandow Cowbridge, South Glamorgan, CF71 7PB

If you supply a service or product to Authorised Treatment Facilities that are involved with depolluting and dismantling end of life vehicles and would like to appear in this listing then please contact us. If there isn't a particular category for your service, then we shall consider adding a new category.

Listings cost £145 per annum +vat for the first entry and £35+vat per entry for further listings under different classifications. For further details, please contact us by email or telephone us on 01544 267140.

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Latest stories

Who’s buying our salvage vehicles in Europe?
It seems that there are some questions surrounding the purchasing of vehicles by other European countries, in particular Cat B vehicles. One of our readers asked us the following:
Diesel and petrol car sales to be banned from 2040
In recent news and following on from France’s commitment to take polluting vehicles off the road by 2040, Britain has also followed suit by banning the sales of all new diesel and petrol cars and vans by 2040. The final plan is due by the end of July.
Palladium cost has increased, hitting a 16 year high
Automakers may have to decrease the use of palladium and seek an alternative due to higher prices of the metal
There is a use for rusty old cars!
This years’ Glastonbury featured ‘Cineramageddon’ – an interesting use of old vehicles.
The pressure’s on for tyres!
The Tyre Recovery Association (TRA) and National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA) warn of rising costs on tyre recycling due to regulatory changes and market conditions, factors that will affect used tyre collectors and re-processors.
Volvo to go electric by 2019
Volvos plan is to launch five electric models between 2019 and 2012 and a number of hybrid models and they aim to sell one million electrified cars by 2025.
We’re not a scrap yard, we’re a vehicle dismantlers
Atf Pro met up with the guys at Skan 4x4 Ltd to take a look at their great setup.
Code of practice flawed, the opinion of the BVSF
One has to be concerned when the insurer’s new Code of Practice (CoP) that received its “soft launch” a week or so back isn’t supported by either the Motor Vehicle Dismantlers’ Association or the British Vehicle Salvage Federation, two of the main owners of the pre-existing code.