In Jaipur, Rajasthan, Tata Motors opened its first registered vehicle scrapping facility (RVSF). This cutting-edge facility, which was opened by the Honorable Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, has a 15,000 vehicle capacity annually.
According to the company, it uses top-notch, environmentally friendly procedures to safely and sustainably disassemble end-of-life automobiles. It is designed and created to trash end-of-life passenger and commercial cars of all brands by Tata Motors' partner, Ganganagar Vaahan Udgog Pvt. Ltd.
"The National Vehicle Scrappage Policy was introduced to promote a circular economy by creating an ecosystem for phasing out unfit and polluting vehicles and to achieve a lower carbon footprint in the country by replacing them with greener and more fuel efficient vehicles," Gadkari said.
The facility is entirely digitalized for hassle-free, paperless operations and includes designated stations for the secure breakdown of parts including tyres, batteries, gasoline, lubricants, liquids, and gases. The cars go through a rigorous documentation and dismantling procedure that is particularly suited to meet the needs of passenger and commercial vehicles.
Benefits of scrapping a vehicle
Disadvantage of owning an old vehicle