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Our planet is changing. We must change too. Most of us are making those changes. Let us make more of an effort this year and help Mother Nature. You must have read so many articles about keeping our plant from harms way. Not all of us subscribe to the plan. We are focused on the here and now. Who cares what happens when I’m gone. A bit like Ebenezer Scrooge style of thinking.

Bah Humbug!

What would Charles Dickens write about if he lived today? I wonder. Would Scrooge hide his money in a stone pillar, a wall safe? How different is it today? Scrooge in his enlightenment, would start a solar factory or recycle plant. A new 12 million dollar recycling plant is being built in Montreal to be completed in 2012. The location is near the St.Lawrence River. Lots of processed scrap metal to be sent to other countries by ship. Scrapping ships too I would imagine. I hope we all have those three spirits visit us and see the good past, where we may have strayed in life and how we can improve on life. Here’s wishing you a good holidays season with hopes for a greener world to come.


Alternate fuel

Recycle used vegetable /corn oil

We’re currently suspended between two ages: a time dependent on fossil fuels and a future dominated by renewable energy sources. Yet not everyone is sold on this vision.

Move Over Corn: Sugarcane Rising Up in the Biofuel World, and Why Hemp Shouldn’t Be Far Behind

Sugarcane, seen as the most successful alternative fuel so far, is fueling Brazil’s widely-praised biofuel industry, and is far more efficient than corn. But hemp, which is said to be way more efficient than either one, is illegal to cultivate in most places with growing biofuel economies.
Biodiesel Fuel: And not only does it burn cleaner, but because biodiesel can be made from food wastes like used vegetable oils, it’s a great way to divert waste from the landfill. A study in Minnesota found that soy-based biodiesel not only brought a 93 percent return on the energy investment used in production, but also reduced emissions from conventional diesel fuel by 41 percent, compared with a 12 percent reduction from ethanol. But if you want to put biodiesel into your own vehicle, be sure to purchase one that meets industry standards–they do exist and if you ignore them, you can ruin your engine.
These figures sound nice. What happens when we start to deplete our fields from cane sugar or any other natural resource? Problems again. I don’t think you can grow enough corn or sugar cane to power our planet. Does history really repeat itself? Remember the rise and fall of the Roman Empire? Only this time, think large scale. The Rise and Fall of the Global Village. May this slippery slope of the Industrial Age be a gentler one.

Yes, Mississauga’s “SCRAP MAN” is in Town. He loves Mississauga so much, he’s going staying. There’s lots of Scrap cars for Mr. Scrap MAN to bring to the scrapyard for recycling. Tires are recycled. Batteries. Before your vehicle goes to the recycling plant. Patrick, Mississauga’s own “Scrap Man” makes sure all hazardous material is removed. All our mercury switches are removed and sent to Ontario’s Disposal plant
There’s a lot of work that goes into saving the environment and preparing cars to be recycled.

CALLING All  "Scrap Cars"

CALLING All "Scrap Cars" in Mississauga

Our Car Salvage Scrapping Process Includes:

▪ The Wheels are Removed and separated From the tire
▪ Lead Acid Batteries are Removed
▪ Air Bags and Seat Belt Pre-Tensioners are Removed
▪ Hazardous Mercury Containing Switches are Removed from the vehicle
▪ Engine Oil and Transmission Fluid are Drained
▪ Engine Coolant Drained
▪ Power Assisted Steering Fluid Drained
▪ Petrol and Diesel gas is Drained from The Fuel Tank
▪ Brake Fluid is Drained From The Reservoir /Pipes
▪ Refrigerant are Removed From The Air Conditioning System
▪ Windscreen Washer Fluid are Removed