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Monday, 15 March 2021 15:36

Mike's Auto Body Awarded Green Repair Network Certification for All 17 Locations

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The Rose family, left to right, Ragen, Mike, Laurie and Brennan, has always strived to make Mike’s Auto Body one of the greenest companies in all of the communities in which it's located. The Rose family, left to right, Ragen, Mike, Laurie and Brennan, has always strived to make Mike’s Auto Body one of the greenest companies in all of the communities in which it's located.

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All 17 of Mike’s Auto Body’s Bay Area locations were recently awarded the Green Repair Network certification, a program sponsored by CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA insurer, that recognizes auto repair facilities committed to environmental sustainability.

By meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Green Repair Network program, Mike's Auto Body is joining an elite group of independent repair shops dedicated to responsibly interacting with the planet to maintain our natural resources.

 

“We are proud to be recognized as part of the Green Repair Network program,” said Cory Flies, manager of the Fairfield, CA, Mike's Auto Body. “Sustainable practices help reduce the overall impact on the environment and improve the health and safety of our customers, communities and employees.”

 

“Following strict standards around emissions, pollutants, water and electricity usage, and the disposal of hazardous waste is critical to ensuring the health of our planet,” said Dan Tessadri, manager of physical damage vendor, CSAA Insurance Group. “Congratulations to Mike's Auto Body, and we look forward to working together to be environmentally responsible to best serve AAA members.”

 

Ragen Rose-Ortland, CFO of Mike’s Auto Body, is proud of going above and beyond when it comes to being as green as the company possibly can.

 

“We at Mike’s have always prided ourselves as a community leader when it comes to being green,” she said. “Most of our shops are running on solar power, and we were one of the first companies to spray waterborne paint in California to help reduce the number of VOC’s emitted, for example.”

 

Mike’s Auto Body is continually looking for new ways to save energy, recycle waste and provide a safe environment for its customers and employees.

 

“We’ve installed cardboard bailers at the majority of our locations to wrap and compact cardboard boxes. This reduces the number of pickups and ensures that the cardboard will be recycled,” Rose-Ortland said. “We also partner with...


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