Dispose of your car Master Cylinder

Master Cylinder: Proper disposal

AUTODOC recommends protecting the environment and disposing of used parts properly
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Master Cylinder: disposal recommendations
According to the European Waste Catalogue, this part is not classified as hazardous waste after the end of its service life (EWC code 16 01 22).
  • Consumer disposal options
    Before disposal, the plastic reservoir and brake fluid residues (hazardous waste, EWC code 16 01 13), should be removed. Then, the component can be disposed of in strict compliance with local regulations for sorting scrap metal.
  • Industrial disposal regulations
    The collection, storage, and disposal are carried out by specialist companies in accordance with the regulatory requirements for this type of waste.
This product cannot be reused
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