Businesses with underground storage tanks for gasoline, motor oil or fuel oil can get four booklets from the Environmental Protection Agency on how to deal with the tanks. For ordering information, call the EPA at: (703) 308-8886.
A new EPA rule, which took effect Dec. 6, sets conditions that allow banks to avoid expensive tank regulations and cleanup costs in the event of a foreclosure. The rule is said to make it easier for business owners with underground petroleum storage tanks to finance new stores and improve existing facilities.
Tenneco Automotive has acquired Perfection Automotive Products Corp., a Livonia, Mich., maker of catalytic converters. It becomes part of Tenneco's Walker Manufacturing exhaust division.
The Bedford, Texas-based Automotive Service Association (ASA) is marking its 45th anniversary this year. Officially formed on May 31, 1941, the ASA now includes more than 12,000 businesses, 28 state groups and 220 chapters worldwide.
AutoZone Inc. has moved into a new $27 million headquarters near the Memphis, Tenn., riverfront-the first major corporation to move into the city's downtown in decades..
The company operates 1,143 auto parts stores in 26 states. It reported earnings of $139 million in 1994, on sales of $1.8 billion.
NAPA United Brake System Parts, a division of Brake Parts Inc., has received the company's 21st annual ``Spirit of NAPA'' award, which recognizes ``the supplier that demonstrates excellence in all areas of customer service.''
Raybestos Brakes, a division of Brake Parts Inc., has been named the ``official brakes of NASCAR.''