Dispose of your car Engine Mount

Engine Mount: Proper disposal

AUTODOC recommends protecting the environment and disposing of used parts properly
Car Engine mounts recycling
Engine Mount: disposal recommendations
The hazardous waste content of the used part depends on its design and condition. For example, a used hydraulic engine mount may contain residues of hydraulic fluid, a hazardous pollutant affecting almost all sectors of the environment. According to the European Waste Catalogue, this rubber-metal part is not classified as hazardous waste after the end of its service life (EWC code 16 01 17 / 16 01 18 / 16 01 19 / 16 01 22).
  • Consumer disposal options
    The component must be disposed of according to the regulations for sorting metal, rubber, and plastic waste and only after removing technical liquid residues.
  • Industrial disposal regulations
    The collection, storage, recycling, and disposal are carried out by specialist companies according to the regulatory requirements for this type of waste.
This product cannot be reused
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