Mazda Scrappage Scheme - Exclusive car recyclers

Posted on 08 September 2017 by CarTakeBack

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Car manufacturers Mazda have launched a vehicle scrappage scheme. Mazda announced that their scrappage scheme will be open to customers with pre-2010 cars or vans, which can be either petrol or diesel powered. The scheme offers customers up to £5,000 in scrappage incentives on a range of six models.

Every car recycled through the scrappage scheme must be recycled by CarTakeBack. CarTakeBack is the exclusively approved car recycling partner to Mazda. We're looking forward to working with Mazda dealerships throughout the scheme to ensure that scrappage vehicles are recycled responsibly.

Mazda state;

"Mazda UK has teamed up with CarTakeBack who provide a network of professionally managed authorised treatment facilities (ATFs). These are fully licenced by the Environment Agency and meet Mazda’s quality standards for the receipt, treatment and recovery of vehicles. CarTakeBack responsibly recycle every vehicle to the government target of 95%. All eligible part-exchanged vehicles will be scrapped and removed from the road, highlighting Mazda's commitment to the environment and the lowering of CO2 emissions."

Mazda's Scrappage Car Recycling Partner

CarTakeBack were chosen by Mazda to be their official scrap car recycling partner in 2005 and we have been working together ever since. The government's End of Life Vehicle regulations began in 2005 and include tough environmental standards. As part of the regulations sites, recycling scrap cars must have a license and all scrap cars must be recycled to the 95% target. CarTakeBack, through our network of fully licensed car recycling centres, has met or exceeded these recycling targets each and every year.

Vehicles recycled throughout the Mazda scrappage scheme will be issued with a DVLA Certificate of Destruction. This vital document proves that cars have been recycled at an authorised car recycling centre in line with the law.
 
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