We Purchased a trailer to keep old tires in so that they do not collect water and invite mosquitoes. Once the container is full, off to the recycler, it goes. Every old tire is accounted for, and a permitted vehicle delivers the old tires to the recycler to become a paved road in the future.
Talk about strict guidelines. Every single technician at Parkway has to be trained on the correct handling of refrigerants. When you see all that’s required,
Old oil is placed in a large tank that sits inside a huge bathtub. The bathtub is a container in case there is a compromise in the tank. Old oil filters are drained for 24 hours before they are discarded as metal. Old oil
Parkway makes sure that old car parts do not make it the landfill. They place all metal parts in a trailer and once it is full the trailer heads to the recycler to become a skyscraper, a robot or even another car.
You will find two dumpsters at Parkway. One is for the landfill while the other is for paper and cardboard. Parkway services 80-100 cars a week. Their landfill dumpster is only five cubic yards and requires a pick up once every two weeks, this speaks to how little trash makes it to the landfill from Parkway.
All cleaning procedures at Parkway use Bio-degradable products. A machine is used to clean the floor, and the water from the device is disposed of properly. Nothing gets washed out of the building.
We invite you to bring your old batteries, tires, or car parts to Parkway for proper disposal free of charge. We are just that committed to keeping our neighborhood green for generations to come.