We turn our attention to the thriving capital of green technology in California, the city of Rancho Cordova. Known for its commitment to environmental sustainability, it is home to a number of innovative companies that are making a significant impact in the recycling industry. In this series, we’re going to take an in-depth look at these trailblazing companies; their inception, their operations, and their contribution to the planet’s longevity.
The spectrum of industries these companies belong to is far-reaching: from automotive and direct sales to electronics, healthcare, and waste management. But it’s not just about their pioneering recycling practices; each of these companies holds a unique story that comprises dedicated founders, committed teams, and exceptional services or products that set them apart.
So, let’s dwell into the world of these companies. It’s time to understand who they are, how they began, their operations, and the transformative impact they’re having on both the environment, and the industry as a whole.
The brainchild of Tim Razumovsky, Greentec Auto was established in 2012 by three brothers in their father’s auto repair shop in Sacramento, California. Since then, the company has dedicated itself in the recycling and re-manufacturing of high voltage batteries for hybrid vehicles, ensuring that the batteries are not just reliable and powerful, but also efficient. To keep up with their latest updates, follow them on their social handles: @greentecauto, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
With George Trunyan at the helms, Benzeen Auto Parts has carved a niche in the automotive, direct sales, recycling, and sales sector. Engage with them on social media via @benzeenautopart, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Operating as a staple in the recycling industry, Pick and Pull Auto Dismantling provides incredible prices on recycled original equipment manufacturer (OEM) auto parts. Stay connected through their @PicknPull Twitter handle and Facebook page.
The Sacramento County Environmental Management Department plays a crucial role in governance, healthcare, recycling, and water resource management in Rancho Cordova.