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Ohio Environmental Issue

Ohio Environmental Issue

In this forum we strive to discuss and report news and information concerning auto recycling, salvage vehicle recycling, and scrap car removal related concerns. In addition, issues relative to the environment are also in the forefront. Barberton Junk Cars is scrap vehicle buyer that allows you to sell a car for scrap. We buy any car and process the scrap car removal in the areas of Green, Fairlawn, and Cuyahoga Falls. Those seeking the value of a junk car in Springfield Township, Kenmore, or North Akron, are encouraged to contact our scrap vehicle buyer 6 days a week. Do you have a salvage vehicle in need of scrap car removal in Sharon Center, Mogadore, or East Akron? By calling us at (330) 732-JUNK, you can obtain the value of a junk car, in the form of a quote right over the phone.

On January 27, 2016, the Akron Beacon Journal editorial board posted ‘Where are the new rules for drilling in Ohio’, which discussed as follows: “John Kasich has described Ohio’s regulations on oil & gas drilling as among the toughest in the nation. Drilling activity rapidly increased, oil and gas companies using horizontal wells & hydraulic fracturing to reach resources in deep shale. The scale of these operations is truly staggering, each well producing millions of gallons of waste water containing drilling chemicals. The Department of Natural Resources provides oversight of oil and gas drilling, but hasn’t followed through. A report by the Columbus Dispatch showed that of 20 rules the agency was working on, only one is in place. It covers the construction of well pads. Action by this department is important because local governments have been stripped of authority over oil & gas drilling. If the state fails to act, communities are left without a way to respond to concerns from their residents about potential environmental impacts. Still in the works are rules covering recycling waste water from hydraulic fracturing, tracking it as it leaves the drilling site and to report well leaks. Without pressure from the governor and leaders, the state will have a regulatory framework far less robust than promised.

Last fall, a legislative report recommended a gradual phase-in of higher severance taxes, citing industry concerns that a tax increase would cripple drilling activity dampened by low prices. What the report also noted is that the state’s tax burden on drillers is now “lower than or as low as every other state with a severance tax.” For his part, the governor rightly has continued to propose a modest increase, shifting from a low, volume-based tax to a 6.5% rate based on current market prices. Such a tax would place Ohio about in the middle of what other states charge, hardly an invitation for drillers to abandon rich deposits in the state. Increased taxes would provide the revenue to support a strong, sensible regulatory system capable of heading off environmental and public health disasters. The report recommends using tax revenues to help local governments affected by hydraulic fracturing — and to fund additional income tax rate cuts. Ohioans deserve both effective, comprehensive rules governing the taking of onetime resources and a tax system that ensures enforcement. Both deserve prompt attention from the governor and members of the legislature.” The full article is available at this link.

At Barberton Junk Cars we buy any car, as long it is complete, for salvage vehicle recycling and disposal. Those wishing to sell a car for scrap in Barberton, Ravenna, or the Merriman Valley, should contact our cash for cars phone line today. As a scrap vehicle buyer servicing the areas of Bath, Stow, or Lakemore, you can sell a car for scrap to us and have it towed away the same day. We buy any car that is wrecked, non-running or unwanted as long as you possess the title and an ID that matched the owners name on the title. When you sell a car for scrap to BJC the vehicle is recycled in processes that are protect the environment. We take our “green” approach to auto recycling very seriously and have best practices in place to insure that when you scrap a car with us that up to 85% of the vehicle is recycled. In our ‘scrap my car’ program, one of the primary goals is to limit the amount of materials which end up in landfills. Our service area now includes the cities of Wadsworth, Medina and Granger Township. We now offer auto scrapping in Kent, Rootstown and Streetsboro as well.