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Diesel Catalytic Converters
Blog

Gasoline vs Diesel: What You Need to Know

We’ve all been to a gas station and noticed that green pump, wondering what it is and why it’s different. When you see it,…

Catalytic Converter Recycling
Blog

Scrap Value of a Diesel Catalytic Converter

Diesel cars have been around for a long time and are as common in most parts of the world as gasoline cars. We know that…

Spark Plug Recycling
Blog

Are Spark Plugs Recyclable?

More automotive components can now be recycled for scrap value than ever before. Noble6 presently recycles oxygen sensors, catalytic converters, and more recently, spark plugs.

Converter Theft
Blog

Catalytic Converter Thefts Up Over 1,000% 

Catalytic Converter Thefts Up Over 1,000%  Catalytic converter theft has spread rapidly across the country in recent years. From 2019 to…

Noble6
Blog

pH7 Technologies Inc. partners with Noble6

pH7 Technologies Inc. partners with Noble6 The partnership will provide access to the pH7 non-acid based chemistry solution for the recycling of spent catalysts…

Precious Metals
Podcast

New Non-Acid Chemistry Solution for the Recycling of Platinum Group Metals

We had the pleasure of speaking with Mohammad Doostmohammadi, the CEO of pH7 Technologies Inc. pH7 Technology Inc. shares a passion to…

Electric Vehicles
Podcast

Can California’s Power Grid Withstand The Push For A Fully Electric Future?

At the moment, we are at a heightened state of instability on the electric grid. The flex alerts have begun, and they are charging…

Electric Vehicles
Blog

California to End Sales of New Gas Cars by 2035 

California intends to phase out gasoline-powered vehicles. California Governor Gavin Newsom first announced the plan to phase out gas vehicles by 2035 in September…

Oxygen Sensors
Blog

How Much Does It Cost to Replace an Oxygen Sensor?

The average cost of replacing your oxygen sensor, including doing it yourself and having a mechanic do it, is between $150 and $500. Using…

Noble6 Clips
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Can California’s Power Grid Withstand The Push For A Fully Electric Future? ⚡️

Subscribe to our YouTube channel where we host Noble6 Talks a podcast from your automotive precious metals experts. Follow us on social media:…

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