Recycling for Refunds
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How It Works
2. Ship For Free
3. Evaluation & Refund
4. Part Recycled
STEP 1 - PURCHASE
Buy your new MagnaFlow catalytic converter. During checkout, a Recycling for Refunds icon will appear in your cart to indicate enrollment into the program. Once the installation of your new part is completed, be sure to hold on to the original (OEM) converter removed from your vehicle.
STEP 2 - SHIP FOR FREE
A free return label will be provided to you automatically and is active for 90 days following the time of purchase. Ship your OEM catalytic converter safely and securely to MagnaFlow using our recommended steps.
STEP 3 - EVALUATION & REFUND
Refunds will be processed within 2-3 weeks from when your converter is received and inspected at our facility. Once approved, you will receive email notification to verify the physical destination for your refund. Your refund in the form of a MagnaFlow Visa® Prepaid Card valued up to $75 will be mailed to you within 2 weeks of address verification.
STEP 4 - PART RECYCLED
Your job is done! You did your part by keeping things clean and earning some green. MagnaFlow will recycle the converter and reclaim its precious metals for use in the manufacturing of new converters.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
MagnaFlow customers who have recently replaced their OEM converters with a MF replacement are eligible to return their intact, OEM converters and receive a partial refund. To offer the best refund possible, the MagnaFlow Recycling for Refunds program is valid ONLY for qualifying OEM catalytic converters. Aftermarket catalytic converters are not accepted in the program. For more info, please click the eligibility button below.
Why Recycle with MagnaFlow?
As a national leader in producing aftermarket catalytic converters, we rely on three precious metals to help us create new product: Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium.
Our refunds program preserves precious metals resources by extracting these materials from old converters to be reintroduced into our supply chain. To express our gratitude for helping us create more sustainable products, we’ll pass on a portion of the precious metals value to you in the form of a MagnaFlow Visa® Prepaid Card. After installation of your new replacement part, simply ship us your old OEM part at no cost!*
To offer the best refund possible, the MagnaFlow Recycling for Refunds program is valid ONLY for qualifying OEM catalytic converters. For more info, please see our FAQ.
To learn more about the program or for any additional assistance on how to get started, give us a call at 1-800-770-2224.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Please reach out to our Customer Success Team.
To qualify, converters must be OEM and most of the ceramic “brick” must still be inside of the metal body. For all eligibility requirements, see our Eligibility Guidelines.
You will receive your refund within 4-6 weeks of your returned converter being received at our facility. Refunds will be issued in the form of a MagnaFlow Visa® Prepaid Card and mailed to your indicated address.
PGM stands for Platinum Group Metals. Catalytic Converters contain 3 Platinum Group Metals: Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium. MagnaFlow recycles these metals and uses them to make new catalytic converters.
The value depends on PGM content of the converter, which is determined by year, make, and model of the vehicle it applies to, as well as the current market values of PGM. You can check to see the amount of your refund by finding your replacement converter and adding it to your cart.
4-6 weeks from the time we receive your package.
No, every MagnaFlow replacement part purchased qualifies for 1 refund.
Due to the nature of catalytic converters and how they are used, all parts need to be inspected and qualified prior to issuing a refund.
Value is based on PGM market price at the time you decide to send us your old converter. MagnaFlow will determine the price refunded to you at the time you opt-in to the program.
MagnaFlow uses state-of-the-art recycling processes to reclaim the precious metals from old catalytic converters for use in the manufacturing of new converters, reducing the need to further deplete the Earth of these limited resources.