Plymouth, MA (PressExposure) July 07, 2009 -- Bruce King, owner of King Collision Centers, is striving to lead the way in the collision repair industry by incorporating a comprehensive recycling program at all three locations. The company not only participates in the traditional recycling of paper, cardboard, plastic, fluorescent bulbs and printer ink cartridges; they also recycle sheet and scrap metal, tires, used parts, filters, radiators, bumpers, headlights, aluminum and total loss cars. Waste oil, antifreeze, paints, thinners and batteries are recycled by a licensed waster hauler. Essentially, King Collision produces no hazardous waste and anything that can be recycled, will be.
King Collision uses state-of-the-art spray guns, paint gun washers and a paint mixing system which reduces overall product waste and are better for the environment.
The company is always on the lookout for additional ways to preserve the environment and is considering switching to water bond paint for collision damaged vehicles in the future.
"We'd really like to bring this full circle. So, in addition to recycling and switching to products that are environmentally friendly; we're also looking at more ways to improve energy efficiency," explained King.
King Collision Now Located at Mastria Campus King Collision Centers has recently opened their third location on the Mastria Auto Group campus located on Route 44 in Raynham, Mass. King Collision and Mastria created a strategic alliance to provide the public with a "one-stop-shop" dealership that offers vehicle sales, service and now collision repair.
King Collision Centers was voted "Best Collision Repair" by Market Surveys of America and they have been selected to participate in the Repair Shop Referral Programs of 20 different insurance companies.
King Collision Centers are located in Pembroke, Plymouth and most recently, Raynham, MA. For more information, visit KingCollision.com or contact 508-747-2005.