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The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) is an international trade association that represents an industry dedicated to the efficient removal and reuse of automotive parts, and the safe disposal of inoperable motor vehicles.
3975 Fair Ridge Dr.
Contact: George Eliades, CAE, Executive Vice President
The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR®) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1994. At that time, 38 national organizations in the automotive trade, representing all segments of the service and repair industry, joined together to form CCAR, and today the organization has more than 200 affiliate organizations.
310 SW Main St
CCAR-GreenLink is the National Environmental Compliance Assistance Center for Auto Repair. The service is an easy-to-use, free source of compliance assistance and pollution prevention information for automotive service and collision repair professionals. CCAR-GreenLink provides technicians with environmental programs and pollution prevention materials detailing how to best handle federal environmental problems such as chemical spills or how to properly dispose of used oil or used batteries. It also refers users to sources of state and local compliance information.
P.O. Box 26741
Contact: Robert Stewart, Executive Vice President
The National Automotive Environmental Compliance Assistance Center provides information for the automotive service, collision repair and other sectors of the automotive industry. Information can assist shop owners, managers and technicians in deciding on management strategies, technologies, materials, and methods that will reduce business costs and help manage hazardous wastes and related items.
P.O. Box 26741
Contact: Lirel Holt, Chairman
351 St. Joseph Boulevard, 13th Floor
1325 G Street NW, Suite 1000
Contact: Robin Wiener, President
CCAR-GreenLink®, the National Automotive Environmental Compliance Assistance Center, is available 24 hours a day to help persons engaged in automotive service, collision repair and other sectors of the automotive industry better understand their environmental responsibilities, and to help them achieve compliance with environmental program requirements. This information can help shop owners, managers and technicians decide on management strategies, technologies, materials, and methods that will reduce business costs and help manage hazardous wastes and related items.
10901 Lowell Ave
The North American steel industry annually recycles millions of tons of steel scrap from recycled cans, automobiles, appliances, construction and other steel products. This scrap is remelted to produce new steel. This means that all new steel is made with recycled steel.
The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI), a unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute, is an industry association that promotes and sustains the recycling of all steel products. The SRI educates the solid waste industry, government, business and ultimately the consumer about the benefits of steel's infinite recycling cycle.
680 Andersen Drive
Contact: Greg Crawford, Vice President, Operations
One East Hazelwood Drive; Champaign, IL; 61820; (800) 407-0261; email@example.com