There are some things that you might not even know about recycling. However, knowing as much as you can about it creates an even better opportunity for you to do it!
Paper – Paper wastes includes items such as school papers, cardboard, magazines, newspapers and anything else that is considered a paper product. These should be bundled all together and disposed in the paper containers.
The catalytic converter helps to reduce the exhaust emissions of the vehicle. Typically most cars will come with this but if the car is being produced for an area without exhaust restrictions, then the converter may not be installed as a result.
You with your kid can also start a community event that focuses on recycling. You can coach your kid to perform some recycling activities with his or her friends. Through these activities, your kid and other kids experience fulfillment in being able to help out clean the environment by recycling.
Glass – scrap O2 sensor recycling glass has to be done according to the laws governing the region and state in which you live. Make sure you find out what these are in advance.
BPU(TM)’d Supras run a little on the rich side as far as fuel ratios go. This hurts power. What it does do is provide a safety margin that makes engine damage through detonation unlikely. If you get a fuel controller, and tune it properly (on a dyno, with an accurate EGT gauge, and a high band O2 (The Stock O2 sensors are not accurate), then you should be able to gain a noticeable amount of power. One of the most popular electronic fuel controllers is the A’PEXi S-AFC. The Fields SFC is good too.
The stock intercooler does a decent job up till about 17psi on the stock turbos, after that you would probably notice a significant gain, especially in warmer temperatures, with a nice front mount intercooler. However, keep in mind it will block some of the airflow to the radiator, as well as decreasing response slightly.
Do you wish to donate your recyclables? Do you wish them to be collected by a franchised hauler? Or do you want to be paid back for your recyclables? Whatever decision you make on this one will affect how your recyclables will be collected or disposed of.