Catalytic Converters For Scrap
Posted: April 6, 2012
In 1975, the first catalytic converters were created to help reduce the amount of waste put into the air from our trucks, SUVs, and other vehicles. Although the air may be somewhat cleaner from the catalytic converters today, landfills are being polluted by them.
Did you know Rockaway Recycling takes catalytic converters for scrap?
You can expect to earn between $5 and $200 a piece depending on the year and model. Just give us a call for specific types and models.
If you’re not sure how to recycle a catalytic converter, then watch this basic tutorial on recycling catalytic converters. It is also best to keep your catalytic converters for scrap as one whole unit. We suggest leaving the honeycomb inside, this will be more profitable and also easier for our scale managers to give you a good price that you deserve.
Rockaway Recycling will make sure to recycle your catalytic converters the proper way and get them back into the industry the correct way. All catalytic converters for scrap can be priced differently and the management reserves the right to adjust the price of the unit when it is brought to our facility.
By recycling your catalytic converters not only are you keeping them out of the landfills, but you’re also able to make some extra cash! So bring your catalytic converters for scrap at Rockaway Recycling, along with your other materials like copper, aluminum, brass, stainless steel, and more.