Motorwise

Description

Motorwise is an online referral service linking sellers of end-of-life vehicles with licensed recycling centres around the UK. Our network of recycling centres (also known as Authorised Treatment Facilities or ATFs) are licensed and regulated to recycle every vehicle to the highest possible standard.

We can guarantee that our appointed centres recycle at least 85% of every scrap car, compared to the industry norm of 75-80%. Our network of centres continues to make progress in this area and many will achieve the new level of 95% before the European target of 2015. This process ensures that the environment is not damaged through landfill.

Using the vehicle registration number and postcode for collection, via our website we provide free, instant online quotes for any UK-registered scrap, unwanted, problem or faulty car. Once accepted, the details are passed to one of our network recycling centres to arrange free collection of the vehicle.

Developing relationships with some of the largest and most established recycling centres in the UK means we can offer the best prices to customers.

All DVLA responsibilities are taken care of, providing complete peace of mind that the vehicle will be dealt with in an environmentally safe and legal way.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 845 217 7057
Email: info@motorwise.com
Web: www.motorwise.com

Location

Richmond Point,
43 Richmond Hill,
Bournemouth BH2 6LR
United Kingdom

Key Words

Vehicle recycling, scrap car, ATF, scrappage, end-of-life vehicles, , cars

Memberships & Accreditations

Motorwise is registered with the Environment Agency as a Waste Broker & Dealer (Registration Number: CB/SE5284PN).

Every recycling centre in our network carries the relevant permits and licences including those from the Environment Agency, Scottish Environment Protection Agency or Natural Resources Wales.

Creation Date: 
Thursday, 24 July, 2014 - 10:28
Last Updated: 
Thursday, 24 July, 2014 - 10:28

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