Green Auto Repair News
The Environmental Protection Agency produced a community information sheet about body shop pollution. This helped to lead many repair shops to start working toward becoming more environmentally friendly. Here is the sheet for you to learn from as well.
Often we thing of being green as something that helps the enviroment be better. And this is true, but around the world pollution is not something that just causes trees to die, but real people. By choosing a green auto repair shop you might not be saving a life, but you are becoming part of the solution instead of causing just a little more damage. Science Daily has the story.
Chattanooga has fought hard over the recent years to clean the air you and I breathe every second. It has not always been that way. The Realty Times takes a look back into the past.
There are even more repair shops discovering the benefits of using waterborne paint. The company PPG Automotive Refinish says that "more than 10,000 technicians" are now trained to use waterborne paints. We here at Green Repair Now are excited about the prospect of more shops using environmentally friendly paints. Together we can increase the rate at which we decrease our CO2 emissions.
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Pickup Truck Stolen From Uxbridge Auto Repair Shop
UXBRIDGE (CBS) — Uxbridge Police are looking for a pickup truck that was stolen from the parking lot of an auto repair shop. Police say the green 1999 Ford F-150 was stolen from the lot of Advanced Automotive around 10pm on Wednesday. The truck has a ...
The Detroit News
Detroiter shot and killed at east side auto body shop - Detroit News
The Detroit News
60-year-old victim was discovered Wednesday afternoon at repair shop on Mack Avenue.
24-year-old pregnant woman stable after being shot in chest ...
Cleveland 19 News
The victim was shot in the stomach. There is no word yet on her or her baby's condition.
Auto repair shops swamped with flooded vehicles
Places like Auto Smart have been swamped with people needing repairs. “This has been an exceptionally wet year. We've had a lot of vehicles,” technician Ron Egan said Wednesday. Egan showed KAKE News a green Toyota that was brought in with flood ...
Briefs: Workers to remove infested trees | Local News Stories ...
Green Valley News
Workers will be busy along the 400 to 500-blocks of Esperanza Boulevard Monday removing trees severely infested with mistletoe and fungus.