That depends on what the rims are made of. Ferrous metal accounts for about 69% of your average car, and 98% of this can be recycled. There can be a problem if plastic or non-ferrous metals have been introduced into the production of your rims–unfortunately, aluminum alloy is non-ferrous. But I think it would also vary between recycling operations. In general, I think most can find a new purpose for your old rims.
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