APRA Wants Your Help Telling Its 'Green Story'
APRA would like to know what your company is doing to be “green.”
Automotive Parts Remanufacturing Association (APRA) needs your help telling an important and compelling story about the remanufacturing industry’s contributions to the automotive aftermarket's new “green initiative.” This effort is intended to help rebuilders get credit for the work that our industry has undertaken for a long timelong before being “green” was cool.
APRA has joined AAIA in this endeavor. AAIA is in the process of collecting, measuring and quantifying the many ways that the industry is reducing its carbon footprint and practicing environmental responsibility every day. APRA will then share this information with Wall Street, the media, Congress and consumers.
APRA would like to know what your company is doing to be “green.” Whether you are rebuilding/remanufacturing parts, recycling scrap of all kinds, or introducing new energy savings in packaging, transportation or facilities management or recycling oil, this industry does it all and more. All company-specific information and data collected will be kept confidential.
For more information about the APRA 2010 Green Survey and helping to spread the word about this environmentally friendly industry, visit www.apra.org.