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Autogreen team up with BMW and Suzuki

BMW (UK) and Suzuki GB have both enlisted Autogreen to as their end-of-life vehicle (ELV) service provider.

With companies needing to have an operational take-back scheme in place by January 2006, Autogreen will ensure that 85% of the vehicles weight will be recovered and recycled.

Suzuki signed a 10 year agreement, while owners of BMW, Rolls Royce and Mini will be entitled to free take back of their vehicles once it has reached the end of its serviceable life.

BMW (UK) director of after sales Steve Nash said: "In the UK, we view our Vehicle Recycling Network as a third and equally important network within our business after the vehicle sales and repair networks. I would encourage all owners of BMW Group vehicles to use the recycling network."

There are currently 150 approved Autogreen treatment facilities throughout the UK, with increases scheduled to ensure nationwide coverage for car owners.

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