MNRO » Topics » REGULATION

These excerpts taken from the MNRO 10-K filed Jun 11, 2009.
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
REGULATION


 



The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates
and/or
handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain
solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party
contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also
recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number
of federal, state and local environmental laws including the
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and
various state and local environmental protection agencies
regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The
EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of
catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores
by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to
fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The
EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil
penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per
day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with
authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.


 



The Company is subject to various laws and regulations
concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating
to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate
compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes
that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable
environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost
of such compliance is not material to the Company.


 



The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of
recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its
stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are
returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock
truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling
companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.


 




REGULATION


 



The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates
and/or
handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain
solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party
contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also
recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number
of federal, state and local environmental laws including the
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and
various state and local environmental protection agencies
regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The
EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of
catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores
by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to
fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The
EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil
penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per
day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with
authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.


 



The Company is subject to various laws and regulations
concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating
to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate
compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes
that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable
environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost
of such compliance is not material to the Company.


 



The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of
recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its
stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are
returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock
truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling
companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.


 




REGULATION


 



The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates
and/or
handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain
solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party
contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also
recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number
of federal, state and local environmental laws including the
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and
various state and local environmental protection agencies
regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The
EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of
catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores
by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to
fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The
EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil
penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per
day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with
authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.


 



The Company is subject to various laws and regulations
concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating
to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate
compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes
that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable
environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost
of such compliance is not material to the Company.


 



The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of
recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its
stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are
returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock
truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling
companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.


 




REGULATION


 



The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates
and/or
handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain
solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party
contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also
recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number
of federal, state and local environmental laws including the
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and
various state and local environmental protection agencies
regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The
EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of
catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores
by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to
fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The
EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil
penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per
day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with
authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.


 



The Company is subject to various laws and regulations
concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating
to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate
compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes
that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable
environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost
of such compliance is not material to the Company.


 



The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of
recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its
stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are
returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock
truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling
companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.


 




These excerpts taken from the MNRO 10-K filed Jun 12, 2008.
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
REGULATION


 



The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates
and/or
handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain
solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party
contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also
recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number
of federal, state and local environmental laws including the
Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability
Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and
various state and local environmental protection agencies
regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The
EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of
catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores
by periodically spot checking repair jobs, and has the power to
fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The
EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil
penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day
for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with
authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.


 



The Company is subject to various laws and regulations
concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating
to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate
compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes
that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable
environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost
of such compliance is not material to the Company.


 



The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of
recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its
stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are
returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock
truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling
companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.


 




This excerpt taken from the MNRO 10-K filed Jun 14, 2007.
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as


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required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
This excerpt taken from the MNRO 10-K filed Jun 8, 2006.
REGULATION
 
The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.
 
The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company maintains programs to facilitate compliance with these laws and regulations.


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The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.
 
The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.
 
This excerpt taken from the MNRO 10-K filed Jun 9, 2005.
Regulation

      The Company stores new oil and recycled antifreeze and generates and/or handles used tires and automotive oils, antifreeze and certain solvents, which are disposed of by licensed third-party contractors. In certain states, as required, the Company also recycles oil filters. Thus, the Company is subject to a number of federal, state and local environmental laws including the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”). In addition, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), and various state and local environmental protection agencies regulate the Company’s handling and disposal of waste. The EPA, under the Clean Air Act, also regulates the installation of catalytic converters by the Company and all other repair stores by periodically spot checking jobs, and has the power to fine businesses that use improper procedures or materials. The EPA has the authority to impose sanctions, including civil penalties up to $25,000 per violation (or up to $25,000 per day for certain willful violations or failures to cooperate with authorities), for violations of RCRA and the Clean Air Act.

      The Company is subject to various laws and regulations concerning workplace safety, zoning and other matters relating to its business. The Company believes that it is in substantial compliance with all applicable environmental and other laws and regulations and that the cost of such compliance is not material to the Company.

      The Company is environmentally conscious, and takes advantage of recycling opportunities both at its headquarters and at its stores. Cardboard, plastic shrink wrap and parts’ cores are returned to the warehouse by the stores on the weekly stock truck. There, they are accumulated for sale to recycling companies or returned to parts manufacturers for credit.

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