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PartsPak.com is the greenest parts site on the internet.  We are aware of the huge impact that gas powered equipment have on our environment.  We constantly encourage our customers to perform routine maintenance on their equipment so that their engines are running optimally.  We also know that well-maintained equipment will perform for years to come instead of being sent to a landfill.

We are also aware of the huge impact that single use packaging has on the environment.  We do everything in our power to reuse packaging when possible.  We reuse boxes, bubble mailers, and packing material that comes in our warehouse shipments.  We also advertise to our local community to get residents to supply us with their used packaging materials so that we can reuse them.  We know that reducing consumption is #1.  Then reusing is #2.  Then recycling is #3.  We periodically review items that we throw away to see if any more materials can be recycled.

Once you receive your order from PartsPak.com, we encourage you to reuse or recycle the packaging.  Cardboard boxes and paper packing material are recyclable in your curbside recycle bins.  Any plastic bags associated with your external package or individual items is typically #2 or #4 plastic and can be recycled at local stores that accept plastic bags.  The only reason that these items are usually not accepted in the curbside recycle bins is that plastic bags get caught in the sorting machines.  This doesn't mean that #2 and #4 plastic bags are not recyclable, you can just look for a local store that accepts these materials here, http://www.how2recycle.info/sdo.

We are constantly working to improve our processes and practices to be more environmentally friendly while maintaining the lowest prices compared to our competitors.  This is not an easy task, but all of our employees are fully invested.  Here are some environmental projects that our staff has done in the past.

2018 - Employee Jon Goldberg researched and created a weed killer that can be made from only of safe and natural ingredients.  We have started using this mixture to kill weeds around our shop instead of using hazardous herbicides.

2018 - Employee Isidro Williams discontinued the use of small quart plastic bottles of marine lower unit lube at our shop.  He replaced this with larger 5 gallon buckets of lube with a level pump.  This has helped us to reduce our overall plastic waste.

2018 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered 150 hours to do tree restoration projects with the Florida State Park Service.  This work included growing new trees in a nursery, planting small trees in restoration areas, and giving away native trees to local residents and other parks.  Growing and planting trees helps us offset our carbon footprint on the environment.

2018 - Employee Allison McKinney stopped printing out paper paychecks and stubs for all employees.  She has moved to a digital system to eliminate the need for paper and printing resources related to this task.

2018 - Employee Clint Moore researched ways to reduce water usage for toilets.  As a result he found a unique tank clip that we could use to reduce the amount of water flow that goes to the toilet bowl portion of the toilet.  This will help us reduce our overall water consumption at our shop.

2018 - Employee Heidi Hoff developed a new method of handling one portion of our purchase orders.  This new method has saved over 600 sheets of paper in a year's time.

2018 - Employee Ansleigh Humphries researched single use plastics.  She found that each person on earth will use an average of 300 toothbrushes in their lifetime.  Most of these are made of plastic.  With world human populations above 7 billion and growing every day, this equates to about 80 billion pounds of plastic toothbrush waste generated in our lifetimes.  Ansleigh ordered an eco-friendly tooth brush.  She also got a bamboo straw to replace single-use plastic straws.

2018 - Employee Mary Grimes researched and implemented a project to reuse plastic bottle and create environmentally safe mosquito traps that use no harmful chemicals.

2018 -
Employee Jon Goldberg used excess large cardboard boxes to act as weed mat for his garden.  This is a good example of reusing item as well as finding ways to replace harmful chemicals in the environment.

2018 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered 33 hours to do sea grass restoration projects with the Florida State Park Service.  This work included adding & removing bird stakes to encourage the growth of sea grass in boat propeller scar areas, performing mooring ball maintenance, and educating the public.  Growing & protecting sea grass helps us offset our carbon footprint on the environment. 

https://www.floridastateparks.org/volunteer-spotlight-nathan-collins


2018 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered with Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) to document fish species in the Tropical Western Atlantic region.  This fish research is used by researchers around the world.

2017 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered with Upper Keys Action Network (UKAN) to develop ways to encourage a reduction in single-use plastics for individuals and businesses.

2017 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered with Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) to document fish species in the Tropical Western Atlantic region.  This fish research is used by researchers around the world.

2016 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered with Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) to document fish species in the Tropical Western Atlantic region.  This fish research is used by researchers around the world.

2015
- Employee Nathan Collins volunteered and donated money to Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF).  This work included outplanting corals on coral reefs to help offset the loss of corals due to poor water quality.

2015 - Employee Nathan Collins volunteered with Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) to document fish species in the Tropical Western Atlantic region.  This fish research is used by researchers around the world.

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