Chuck’s Vehicle Salvage in Douglassville will host its 12th Once-a-year Earth Working day Recycling Celebration from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 24.

The salvage company invites the neighborhood to convey their automotive-connected recyclables these as squander oil, antifreeze, automotive direct batteries, and tires (limit 4) to Chuck’s Automobile Salvage at 6867 Boyertown Pike (Route 562), Douglassville, at no cost for correct disposal.

Most individuals recycle plastics and glass but what about the products that never go in the blue box? It is essential to dispose of all automotive reliable and liquid squander appropriately.

“The auto is the most recycled shopper item in the earth,” said co-owner Doug Reinert in a launch.

Celebrating 49 decades as a family members-owned, 3rd-technology enterprise, Chuck’s Automobile Salvage has prided by itself on becoming environmentally conscious.

The salvage organization currently recycles all fluids including oil, brake fluid, antifreeze, washer fluid, and freon through its indoor dismantling approach. The firm also recycles guide batteries, tires and other automotive elements.

Consumers advantage from the hundreds of thousands of bucks in price savings achieved from buying and employing Inexperienced Recycled Areas which match the initial manufacturer’s specs, in shape and functionality and are analyzed and guaranteed to strict recommendations whilst preserving the consumer close to 50 % the price tag of new components.

Most importantly, buying recycled pieces preserves normal methods and lowers air and drinking water pollution. Each individual calendar year, recycled sections preserve an estimated 80 million barrels of oil necessary to make new substitution elements.

In the past, Chuck’s Car Salvage Earth Day gatherings have integrated more than 500 households, introduced in 1,359 gallons of squander oil and 1,397 tires together with other fluids and scrap metal. As a final result, none of these pollutants close up in our ground, streams, or landfills.

Recycle your automotive squander thoroughly by bringing any waste oil, antifreeze, lead batteries, and tires (limit 4). Gasoline will not be acknowledged. Also, sign up for doorway prizes. Team tours can be organized by contacting Dee Leech at 484-925-1099 ext. 108.

For each individual lead battery collected in the course of this year’s occasion, Chuck’s Vehicle Salvage will donate $20 to nearby youth athletics. On top of that, for aiding to retain the environment clear, Chuck’s will reward each individual Earth Day supporter a $10 coupon in direction of their subsequent buy.

“The additional we accumulate, the much more you assistance our neighborhood and the surroundings!”

Co-sponsors for the occasion involve Responsible Enterprises, Hazleton Oil & Environmental Inc., and assorted region firms donated door prizes.