Manassas, Virginia — The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) has provided an update on its 2020 Strategic Plan—representing a direction that
Calgary, Alberta — The Albertan government has introduced a new measure aimed at tackling metal thefts, particularly in the automotive industry.
Toronto, Ontario — Industry leaders are suggesting auto recyclers and collision repairers use this pivotal time to discuss the opportunities
Toronto, Ontario — Dom Vetere, owner of Dom’s Auto Parts, says auto recyclers are absolutely an essential service to both
Toronto, Ontario — Steve Fletcher, executive director of the Ontario Automotive Recyclers Association (OARA) has announced that the 2020 OARA
London, Ontario — A recycling business manager in London, Ont. was left “insulted” after an undercover bylaw officer charged his
Toronto, Ontario — A decision has come from Ontario’s Ministry of Environment to not include large automotive batteries, such as
Toronto, Ontario — The Auto Recycling Association’s 77th Annual Convention and Exposition will be held in Reno, Nevada this autumn.
Scott Robertson will succeed Chad Counselman as the president of the Auto Recyclers Association. Counselman, who took on the position
Dismantling Misconceptions: Standard Auto Wreckers’ David Gold talks ‘junkyard’ stigmas on AutoShow LIVE
Toronto, Ontario — David Gold, president of Standard Auto Wreckers, took to the Canadian International AutoShow stage to set automotive
Toronto, Ontario — Ontario-based Li-Cycle recently announced that, in December 2019, the company completed its first shipment of commercially recycled
Niagara, Ontario — In January, Thorold Auto Parts owner Frank Serravalle beamed with pride when he opened up his mail.
Toronto, Ontario — Toronto-based non-profit Plug’n Drive launched a new incentive program on February 1—Ontario drivers looking to go electric
Québec, Québec — Canadian battery material specialist Hydro-Québec has partnered with Mercedes-Benz to develop solid-state batteries for EVs as part
Hamilton, Ontario — Scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont. have discovered a way to dissolve rubber from old car