Oregon body shop receives CCAR GreenLink status

June 23, 2010

June 23, 2010—Howard’s Body & Paint Shop of Klamath, Ore. was recently named a GreenLink Shop by the Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair (CCAR).

More than 25 shops have received GreenLink Shop status since January and in order to earn this recognition the facility must hold high standards of healthy, safe and environmentally friendly practices in four areas of business.

"As a locally-owned and green-conscious shop, we think the GreenLink Shop recognition is an important statement for our business," said Judy Phearson of Howard's Paint & Body Shop.

For more information about the GreenLink program, visit ccar-greenlink.org.

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