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The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) has announced Nationwide Auto Body of Schaumburg, Ill., as the 100th facility to receive the organization’s GreenLink Shop recognition.
Michael Gleason, president of Nationwide Auto Body, states, “My 18-year-old daughter Colleen has pushed me to make Nationwide Auto Body eco-friendly since she was 12. My family is very outdoors-oriented, and we are trying to do our part.”
“Repair facilities’ strong interest in industry recognition of their shared commitment to workplace safety and environmental best practices has been at the heart of the GreenLink Shop program since its introduction in January 2010,” says Daren Fristoe, CCAR president and COO. “We are proud to honor Nationwide Auto Body and all of the first 100 shops to achieve GreenLink Shop status, and to commend them both to the industry and to consumers who want to know their local repair shop’s environmental/safety awareness and stewardship.”
The GreenLink Shop status is an extension of CCAR’s CCAR-GreenLink Environmental Compliance Assistance Center and S/P2 Safety and Pollution Prevention E-learning Program. Repair facilities seeking the GreenLink Shop recognition must maintain high standards of excellence in environmental, health and safety (EHS) practices in four categories: business operations, employee training, safety compliance and environmental management. The CCAR initiative recognizes both auto service facilities and collision repair shops, with separate criteria established for each type of business.
CCAR GreenLink Shop program