As a MICAR Plus certified automotive recycler, we meet and exceed all state and federal environmental regulations and offer only the highest degree of service to our customers. Bring your scrap or end-of-life vehicle to our Michigan certified scales. We are experts at handling scrap automobiles to ensure environmental compliance: whether it is hazardous mercury switches, scrap tires, oil, or Freon, we will ensure it is handled properly and will not pollute our local waterways or land.
Texas Used Automotive Parts Recyclers - If you operate a Used Automotive Parts Recycling Business in Texas, you must have a license issued by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Depending on the type of business you operate, you may also need a license from the new Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV).
Previously, when licensed by the TxDMV, you could choose from one or a combination of the following six salvage vehicle dealer license types: New Automobile Dealer; Salvage Pool Operator; Used Automobile Dealer; Salvage Vehicle Broker; Used Vehicle Parts Dealer; or Salvage Vehicle Rebuilders. The Used Vehicle Parts Dealer licensing was transferred to TDLR. The name was changed to Used Automotive Parts Recycler.
Vacancies on Used Automotive Parts Recycling Advisory Board - The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (Department) announces two vacancies on the Used Automotive Parts Recycling Advisory Board (Board) established by Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 2309. The purpose of the Used Automotive Parts Recycling Advisory Board is to provide advice and recommendations to the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation (Commission) and the Department on: technical matters relevant to the administration and enforcement of Chapter 2309, including licensing standards.
Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Dan Rush is Chief Executive Officer of Rush Auto Recyclers, Inc. Dan founded his recycling business 23 years ago in Phoenix, Arizona and since has grown and diversified his business model to include auto recycling, scrap metal recycling, towing and real estate investment. His auto recycling division currently has 4 facilities in the Phoenix metro area with exciting plans for future growth and development. Leadership roles and recognitions include; current Board Member of United Recyclers Group, City of Phoenix Commissioner (South Mountain Village Planning Committee), founding member of the Arizona Republican Party Leadership Council, 2009 Spirit of Enterprise Award Finalist (W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University), recipient of the 2005 Overall Small Business of the Year (Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce) and former Vice President of the Arizona Automotive Recyclers Association. Dan contributes to several non-profits, but as a foster child himself, he is particularly supportive of foster care programs and causes across Arizona. He is a loyal contributor to Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation as well as an advocate in legislative issues regarding the care of foster children. Dan currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Janet and three children.
is the product of 3 generations and over 52 years in the making.