Lt. Governor Casey Cagle Applauds Pull-A-Part for Participation in the EPA's National Partnership for Environmental Priorities

January 28, 2008

(Atlanta, GA) – Today Lt.  Governor Casey Cagle was present as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presented Georgia based Pull-A-Part, LLC, with a plaque commemorating their participation in the agency’s National Partnership for Environmental Priorities.

“This is a prime example of the difference that just one company can make in being a wise steward of our environmental resources.   I am very proud of all Pull-A-Part has accomplished and applaud their effort to make the reduction of chemical waste a priority,” said Lt. Governor Casey Cagle.

Pull-A-Part, LLC, is the nations fastest growing discount, do-it-yourself used auto parts retailer.    The company, which processes approximately 10,000 cars a year per location, is headquartered in Atlanta and has 21 locations, including four in the state of Georgia. As part of the EPA’s National Partnership for Environmental Priorities, each Pull-A-Part location will remove nearly 50,000 gallons of fluids that would otherwise pollute our water and will reduce landfill waste by twenty-two percent.   Additionally, Pull-A-Part will remove all accessible, mercury containing convenience lighting switches from trunks and under hoods of end of life vehicles purchased at each location.  

For further information regarding the National Partnership for Environmental Priorities,

please visit:

For further information regarding Pull-A-Part, please visit: