Audi to soon launch a recycled plant in Germany
|   Saturday, June 16, 2012
German luxury automaker has decided to make a production plant for the recycling their cars and lot of essential parts of their cars. The company has planned this project earlier this year and they are soon going to implement it.

According tot a news channel, company is taking this step just because of hiking their savings. On the other hand Audi has directly refused when they were asked so. According to company this is not their actual motive behind this plan, but the actual motive is totally beneficial for both users and environment.


Audi CEO recently announced that they in their recycling plant, they will consider the parts and useful materials from the car that can be recycled. He said that this will not just help them in saving their cost, but also helps them in saving the environment as well. The company has decided to recycle the parts of the cars not just for saving money, but the company is sure that this will avoid the wastage of lot of materials used in their cars.

This was the official statement of the company that was given by them few days ago. Audi' CEO also said that till now they doesn't receive large number of cars for damaging because of over age or any other reason, but still they think that this will be a great idea. Company knows that in future the number of cars who crossed their age will increase.

Some news has indicated that the plan of the company for recycling some parts from old cars may be beneficial for the company, but it may result in increasing the overall number of issues that occur in the cars. This may even result in decrease of sales of Audi cars in future.

About this matter the company has told that they will not recycle the parts with very poor condition, but the parts that will be in excellent quality will be considered. Company said that when they destroy their cars because of any reason, lot of parts that are useful also get destroyed and company don't think that the old cars can be crushed without any inspection team. Audi said that they will maintain a new department who will inspect the parts that whether they can be useful or not.

Also the parts will not be used in new cars as it is after they are removed from old cars, but they will be tested and maintained number of times. According to company, the decision they are taking will not give rise to any kind of issues with their cars, but will actually help the company in easily availability spare parts. Company has also officially announced that this decision may also relieve them from setting new production plants in either Germany or any other country in the Future.

Audi will become the first company who will recycle their cars once they introduced their recycling plant. According to company, their plant will be settled up in Germany by the beginning of the year 2014.
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