September 2015: Pull-A-Part recognized for its efforts in creating sustainable solutions in the recycling sector.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part recognized again in 2010 as TOP 25 by leading industry publication, UPFRONT/Locator magazine.Download PDF
Memphis Fire Department thanks Pull-A-Part for "jaws of life" training.Download PDF
Thank you letter from Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) for Pull-A-Part's help and endorcement of the IDEM Auto Salvage Recyclers Environmental Self-Audit Workbook and Clean Yard program.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part founding partner, Marty Kogon, wins 2008 Anti-Defamation League's Abe Goldstein Human Relations Award. Marty is joined by US Senator Johnny Isakson, winner of the Commnity of Respect Award.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part is the only company in the country to win the National EPA National Partnership for Environmental Priorities (NPEP) Achievement Award for Recycling Mercury Switches.
Pull-A-Part and Senior VP Steve Levetan named Member of the Year for the Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA). ARA is the National Trade Association for the Auto Recycling industry and services approximately 1,000 member companies through direct membership and over 2,000 other companies through its affiliated chapters. ARA is the only trade association serving the automotive recycling industry in 12 countries internationally.
Steve Levetan Receives “2013 President’s Award” from the Automotive Recyclers Association.Download PDF
Kentucky Honors Pull-A-Part For Environmental Leadership.Download PDF
State Of Indiana Honors Pull-A-Part For Environmental Leadership.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part was the recipient of Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry award for outstanding environmental accomplishments at the annual Tennessee Chamber Environmental Conference.
September 21, 2006
Pull-A-Part 2006 Keep Georgia Beautiful Award Winner: First Place in Waste Reduction Category.
October 20, 2004
Pull-A-Part 2004 Environmental Award Winner: Air & Waste Management Association, Georgia Chapter honors Pull-A-Part.
February 06 2006
Pull-A-Part Honored for Community Work by Lillian H. Webb, Mayor (Norcorss, GA).
Atlanta Business Chronicle recognizes Pull-A-Part co-owner Ross Kogon in Top 40 under 40.
Pull-A-Part is recognized by the Georgia State House of Representatives as one of the leading environmental and sustainable businesses in Georgia.Download PDF
Pull A Part's efforts in sustainablity recognized.Download PDF
The Atlanta Intown comments on Pull-A-Part Keep Georgia Beautiful and Sustainable Business Awards.Download PDF
Keep Roswell Beautiful Recognizes Pull-A-Part for playing its part in the community.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part is recognized with a 2006 Award of Excellence from Keep Tennessee Beautiful!Download PDF
Pull-A-Part wins prestigous 2007 Governers Award for Environmental Excellence!Download PDF
Georgia's secretary of state recognizes Pull-A-Part on their Family Business of the Year award.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part and its Partnership for training with the local fire department is recognized by the mayor of Louisville!Download PDF
Certificate from Augusta, GA Fire Department commending Pull-A-Part's sponsorship of "Jaws of Life" training.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part wins 5 Tennessee Chamber of Commerce 2007 Environmental Awards.Download PDF
Pull-A-Part receives notice of another 1st Place Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful from Georgia Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Mike Beatty.Download PDF
US EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson on Pull-A-Part's recovery of the 1 millionth vehicle mercury switch and Pull-a-Part's top environmental performance through its membership in the elite EPA partnership, Performance Track.
Georgia State Representative Lynn Smith, Chair of House Environment and Natural Resources Committee, on Pull-a-Part at Sustainable Business Day at the Georgia Capitol, 2008.
Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright, at Georgia Capitol, on Pull-A-Part's selection by EPA as the location to pull the 1 millionth vehicle mercury switch.
Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle speaks about Pull-A-Part at the Georgia Capitol's 2008 Sustainable Business Day.
Charlotte, NC Fire Department thanks Pull-a-Part for providing life-saving extrication training opportunity.Download PDF