Plano TX Auto Repair Shop Environmentally Friendly Practices Announced

Plano, TX automobile repair shop The Auto Shop has announced environmentally friendly auto fluid cleanup and recycling practices at its shop. The Plano full-service automotive repair shop is focused on delivering world-class vehicle factory scheduled maintenance and repair services while minimizing environmental impact.

Plano, United States - June 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Plano, TX automobile repair shop The Auto Shop announced its environmentally friendly practices, setting standards in eco-friendly car care for local auto repair centers in the region. The company uses manual cleanup and recycling methods to prevent toxic fluid run-off and safe disposal methods.

More information about The Auto Shop is available at

The impact of automobile oils, fluids, and run-off from garages and auto workshops is a subject of significant research. This research observes that despite being classified as hazardous chemicals, brake fluid, crankcase oil, lubricating motor oil, antifreeze, and other auto fluids are commonly let into floor drains, resulting in soil and water contamination with heavy metals and other carcinogenic toxins.

The Auto Shop announced that it has adopted “Go Green” practices to prevent toxic run-off at its car repair shop in Plano. Cleanup at the workshop is performed manually and all cleaning residue removed by hand. Mop water is then recycled & disposed of responsibly to prevent damage to the local environment.

The environmental best practice has been rolled out to all parts of The Auto Shop’s 35,000-square-foot facility. The facility features 63 work bays and state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair technology.

The certified General Motors Tune-Up Center in Plano provides factory scheduled maintenance, engine & transmission rebuilds, and end-to-end car care for domestics, imports, exotics, trucks, and RVs. All services are performed by a team of ASE-certified automobile professionals.

The Plano full-service automotive repair shop also offers services such as 24-hour towing and roadside assistance, affordable rental cars, complimentary shuttle services, and special seasonal offers. The Auto Shop is authorized by the Texas Department of Public Safety as a Recognized Emissions Repair Facility of Texas.

According to a spokesperson for The Auto Shop, “We believe that environmental responsibility begins at home and are happy to implement these new green industry practices to prevent lasting damage to our environment. We look forward to other auto repair facilities in our city to join us an ensure a cleaner, safer, city.”

The Auto Shop is a family-owned and managed auto repair workshop founded in 1981 by Jerry Kezhaya. The car repair facility in Plano is a commended member of the American Automobile Association and is an active member of The Automotive Service Association and chambers of commerce in North Texas, Murphy, and Richardson. The company is also a member of the International Automotive Technicians Network. They proud serve the auto repair needs of people in Murphy, Parker, Allen Texas.

More information is available over the phone at 972-468-9572 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Laura Shwaluk
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Auto Shop
Address: 2560 E Plano Pkwy, Plano, Texas 75074, United States
Phone: +1-972-468-9572

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524795

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