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How to Reduce Carbon Emissions

We are continuously searching for ways to help save the environment. Many want to contribute and do their part, but are unsure where to start. Well, reducing the amount of carbon dioxide that goes out into the atmosphere is a great start. There are several ways that you can reduce carbon emissions. The first one to consider is to try to use fuels-efficient vehicles. Next comes the problem with waste. Efficient waste disposal is essential to protecting the environment.

Car Recycling Statistics and Facts

Vehicles industry is one of the most materials users in manufacturing, usually cars contains of at least 20 type of materials within, from steel, iron to fiber, through cloth and glass, and the list goes one.

One car often contains of 60-70 percent of metal materials like iron and steel, which makes it a high source for recycled metal materials.

With the high level of cars` production all over the world, the old and damaged cars or parts are usually recycled, as they contains the highly valuable materials used in manufacturing.

Cars' manufacturers declares they need recycling operation for old cars, as it reduce the prices and the usage of natural resources materials.

5 October 2007

Certainly one of the most popular motor rallies in South Wales , we have to report that the National Transport Festival of Wales is on the move once again,  and returns to the popular Recreation Grounds in Mumbles Road,  Swansea on the 14-15th June.  Saturday will see the annual road run to Laughan while on Sunday there will be the traditional gathering which this time features the Welsh Bedford Show.

4 October 2007

We have today added a new page for the Welsh Heartlands Transport Festival to allow you to go straight to the dedicated website for that event.

25 September 2007

Another interesting move in the preservation world in South Wales is the news that long time preservationist Lee Jones has sold his ex IBT Leyland Leopard YDW 566T to John Evans, of Bargoed.  The Leopard has not been seen on the rally circuit this year.

19 September 2007

We received this interesting photo from old friend  Keith Till of Upholland near Wigan with the added comment that he thought that this bus was the star of the Showbus event held at Duxford near Cambridge on Sunday  16th September.

Now we do not know if money changed hands,  but scaffolding was being errected in Bargoed today to support Mr RVDC's head,  only joking John,  a well deserved bit of praise from such a well known and respected photographer.