Ofo scrap small yellow car 5 yuan each share Bicycle stock


Original title: ofo scrap small yellow car 5 yuan a car, multi-share Bicycle stock
After the crazy expansion in the early days of its birth, shared bicycles are now left with “chicken feathers”. By 2020, at least 10 million shared bicycles will be scrapped, not only occupying public space and land resources, but also producing at least 160,000 tons of urban waste.
There are fewer and fewer yellow cars in the street. Where are they going?
Recent 21st Century Economic Reporters have seen in Beijing’s garbage recycling market that abandoned ofo yellow cars are recycled at a price of 5 yuan each. According to the manufacturer’s financial report data provided by ofo, the cost of each yellow car is about 300 yuan.
Over the past year, local governments have taken measures to prohibit investment, reduce volume and standardize the continuous expansion of shared bicycles and standardize the orderly development of the shared bicycle market. According to the result sheet of shared bicycle assessment published by many cities in the first half of the year, the stock of shared bicycles in some cities has been cut down in the past half year, and ofo ranks the bottom in the evaluation of many cities, and has been cleared out of the market in some cities. After the crazy expansion, where will the bicycles be cleaned up?
Sharing bicycles into municipal garbage
According to a report issued by the Academy of Sciences of the Ministry of Transportation in 2018, the total number of bicycles shared by China in 2017 has exceeded 20 million, and the data has continued to climb since then. After the crazy expansion in the early days of its birth, shared bicycles are now left with “chicken feathers”.
At the end of July, 21st Century Economics Reporter saw at a large-scale garbage disposal center in Beijing suburb that the factory recycled the ofo yellow car at a price of about 5 yuan per vehicle (without calculating the human cost), took the rubber from the bicycle, pressed the metal into pieces, and sold about 10 to 20 yuan per vehicle after dismantling.
Relevant leaders of recycling enterprises told 21st century economic reporters that there are many sources of Abandoned Yellow cars, some of which are zombie vehicles that relevant units or community property require them to help clean up.
In May 2019, there was a media report that in a demolition factory in Chengdu, abandoned Xiaohuang cars were recycled and transported at a price of 15 yuan per vehicle.
The 21st Century Economic Reporter tried to contact the company of ofo Xiaohuang Car, but its customer service telephone showed that it was empty. Its official Weibo and Weixin public numbers were updated two months ago, and an ofo public relations official who had previously communicated with the media also told reporters that she had left her job.
The disposal of shared bicycle waste is also a problem that all shared bicycle enterprises need to solve. It is estimated that by 2020, at least 10 million shared bicycles will be abandoned, not only occupying public space and land resources, but also producing at least 160,000 tons of urban waste.
According to the way ofo publicly released in 2018, it has reached a strategic cooperation with Beijing Urban Renewable Resources Service Center and other institutions on “Cycle Sharing Plan of Urban Stock Bicycles”, which will realize the reuse of shared bicycles after sorting out the scrap cycle, and realize the whole life cycle green from production, use to recycle and reuse. Closed-loop color management.
People from the public relations department of Mobai Company told the 21st century economic reporter: “After the completion of the Mobai bicycle, after retirement, it will be recycled, disassembled and reused, and the spare parts of the bicycle will become waste into treasure. In addition, the design, procurement, production, commissioning, operation and scrapping of Mobai bicycles are all aimed at energy-saving and environmental protection throughout the life cycle.
Xiaoming bicycle was declared bankrupt in 2018. The administrator of bankruptcy case intends to entrust China Renewable Resources Development Co., Ltd. to recycle and dispose of Xiaoming bicycle. After deducting the cost of recycling, transportation and electronic waste disposal, China Renewable Resources Development Co., Ltd. agreed to recycle at 12 yuan per vehicle.
Sharing Bicycle stock in some cities
Since summer, bicycle travel has been relatively cold. At the same time, the sharing of bicycles across the country has set off a wave of price increases.
At the end of July, Mobai announced new pricing rules in Shanghai and Shenzhen, starting from $1.5 to $1.5, and the prices of small blue bicycles and green orange bicycles in Beijing were also adjusted from $0.5 per hour to $1/15 minutes.
Even if the relevant departments continue to participate in supervision, abandoned damaged bicycles can still be seen in some corners of Beijing. Although the total number of bicycles is much less than in the past, there are still traces of bicycles after the Great Leap Forward.
The situation of some third-and fourth-tier cities is even less optimistic. Reporters in Baoding City, Hebei Province, near a university, saw that abandoned shared bicycles piled up like mountains, becoming a tool for students to take shortcuts over the fence.
From July 2017 to July 2018, the number of active users of shared bicycles showed a significant downward trend, according to a Beijing consultancy report. From 12,543,000 in 2017 to 91,712,000 in 2018, the number of active users decreased by about 30 million.
What about abandoned bicycles and how to manage existing shared bicycles in cities? All tested the wisdom of urban governance, and some cities gave the Countermeasures of banning investment and reducing the amount.
Recently, many cities have announced the sharing of bicycle assessment “report card”, and some cities share bicycle stocks halfway. Taking the data released by Jiaxing in Zhejiang Province at the end of July as an example, as of December 2018, there were 11 shared bicycle brands with more than 68,000 vehicles in the market of Jiaxing City; after more than seven months, there were only four shared bicycle enterprises in the market, with about 24,000 vehicles currently in stock, halving the stock. Reporters also noted that the number of ofo and Mobai dropped from 8,000 and 13,000 in June 2018 to 0 in June 2019, respectively.
From May 13 to June 12, 2019, Beijing launched a special campaign to control the rental of bicycles on the Internet. A total of 195,000 damaged and abandoned vehicles were recovered. As early as August 2018, Beijing has explicitly prohibited any enterprises from adding new vehicles in any form or for any reason.
In addition, according to the official data released by Wuhan on April 28, the scale of shared bicycles in Wuhan has dropped sharply from 103,000 in June last year to 750,000 at present. By the end of September, Wuhan will also reduce the number of shared bicycles in the city by 185,000. After this reduction, the number of shared bicycles in Wuhan will be reduced to 580,000.

In view of the phenomenon of long-term unmanned management of ofo yellow cars, Wuhan has banned ofo yellow cars company from adding or updating shared bicycles, and enterprises will clean up the abandoned and damaged yellow cars that affect the city appearance. If the clean-up is not in place, it shall be handled by the urban management departments of each district in accordance with the relevant regulations.
The 21st Century Economic Reporter has found that many cities will recycle the abandoned bicycles which are not supervised by the roadside in view of the enterprises’refusal to clean up the unqualified bicycles.
Garbage recycling industry feedback, take Xiaohuang car as an example, all materials can be recycled, disassembled into industrial raw materials. Considering from the point of view of garbage recycling alone, after standardized treatment, it can be achieved without polluting the environment, and vice versa, it will become the occupation of municipal solid waste. But who will clear and tow, transport, custody and delivery and recovery are labor-consuming matters, especially for bankrupt companies, there are still shortcomings in this area.
Lu Dewen, a researcher in the Department of Sociology of Wuhan University who has long been concerned about urban management law enforcement and urban governance, said that this is a public problem. Firstly, the main responsibility of enterprises should be strengthened. If the urban management finds the problem of disorderly stacking, enterprises should be cleaned up in time. However, at present, most enterprises can not deal with it in time. Finally, only the urban management can find people. Let’s clean it up. Secondly, from the perspective of urban management, the way to deal with it is limited. If there is disorderly stacking, it can only be dragged away. As a private property of enterprises, urban management can not be dealt with privately. Many of them are dragged up. However, if the city management department notifies the enterprise regardless, after a certain period of time and procedures can also be dealt with.