TriStar Recycling Now Buys Junk Cars

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Superior and Competitive Returns on Any Scrap or Salvage

Those looking to dispose of their junk cars can now recycle them for cash with TriStar Recycling and Metals. In addition to scrap metal and other recyclable materials, TriStar Recycling is now buying junk cars.

To recycle a junk car with TriStar Recycling, customers must legally own the vehicle or have the owner’s permission to dispose of it. If a vehicle is 12 years or older, no title is needed to sell your vehicle to TriStar but any vehicle less than 12 years old must have the owner present with the title to recycle it. Before bringing a junk vehicle to TriStar, customers must first remove the battery and drain the gas tank.

Price for junk cars is based on weight. Small, very lightweight vehicles can earn customers around $200-$250 while more substantial vehicles can earn up to $600-$700. All junk car prices vary based on materials in the car and other factors. Georgia State Law limits the total amount that can be paid.

Recycling a junk car with TriStar Recycling is good for the environment. Rather than allowing a car to rust away in a salvage yard, where it can leak hazardous waste into the environment, have it recycled and reused. On top of keeping contaminates out of groundwater, recycling a vehicle and other metals contribute to lessening greenhouse gas emissions.
To learn more about selling your junk cars and other scrap metal to TriStar Recycling visit http://www.TriStarRecycling.com.

About TriStar Recycling and Metals
TriStar Recycling and Metals is a one-stop scrap metal yard for ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal purchasing and recycling. TriStar buys all kinds of scrap metals including copper, aluminum, brass, steel and lead. TriStar also buys catalytic converters, car batteries, electric motors, wires and cables, computer boards, hard drives and computer parts. To get customers in and out quickly, TriStar uses custom scrap buying computer software. TriStar Recycling & Metals has been in operation in Norcross, Georgia since September 2011.

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