Car fluff

Residual crushing of vehicles, better known as “car fluff”, ie plastic, sponge, glass, fabric, tires and cables of disused cars.
“Fluff” are the so-called light vehicle scraps and include seals, rubbers, textiles, plastics, tire fragments from vehicle deriving from the shredding of vehicles after the separation of metal components and the indivisible metals from the plastic parts of the vehicle. On average, depending on the types and techniques of treatment and recycling used, the car fluff represents about 25% of the total weight of the vehicle that has been demolished.
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