Best practices

This section has the aim to provide for a simple support for best practices for depollution and guide the  end-user choosing the best technologies to  match work’ quality and  effectiveness to the environmental protection.

The complete production process

A plant for car recycling is organized into areas that reflect different stages ranging from transport and handling of the vehicles to the storage and provision for transport of the different waste for final recovery or dumping.

All depollution activities

  1. Depollution stage
  2. Disassembly stage
  3. Waste, fluids and fuels storage stage

1 Depollution stage

The depollution procedure has the main  purpose to take away from the vehicle all fluids, gases or items that can be potentially dangerous to safety or to the environment. Our stations are equipped with integrated systems for suction and storage; offering the possibility of fluids suction from 4 to 5 lines, fuel suction from 2 to 3 lines and internal integrated storage of fluids. The entire working area is located on anti-slip grid.

1.1 Preliminary activities

1.2 Removal, collection and storage of fluids waste

1.3 Fuel drain and to re-use of petrol and diesel

1.4 Drainage, storage and combustion of LPG and CNG


1.5 Removal and neutralization of airbags


2 Procedures for disassembly

Once the vehicle depollution activity is completed, it’s the turn of the mechanical parts.

2.1 Removal of glass components

All products for this operation: TVP

2.2 Disassembly of engine, transmission and axles

All products for this operation:

2.3 Disassembly and removal of catalysts and metal components

CTC-CNC | Junction box for catalytic cutter

CNT | Junction box for cutters

All products for this operation:

2.4 Separation of tires from wheels

All products for this operation:

3 Storage

For a company, which can be visited by customers, authorities, supervisory bodies, the aesthetics and the image of tidiness, cleanliness and organization are always a positive value.