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Ford expands its ATF network

Ford motor company has announced that its network of Approved Treatment Facilities (ATFs) for End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV) now covers 25 sites in all four UK countries.

When the motor industry giant first announced in February that it would run a collection network in partnership with Cartakeback, the company had only confirmed eleven sites, none of which were in Wales.

However, this has been remedied over the past few months with 17 ATFs now in England, four in Scotland, two in Northern Ireland and two in Wales.

Ford has stated that intends to continue expanding the network to meet the requirements of the ELV directive, providing free ELV take back for every last owner by January 1 2007.

The company is already offering free take-back for cars registered on and after July 1 2002.

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