AUTO BUGATTI’S ACHIEVEMENT
AutoCanada is congratulating Auto Bugatti collision centre, part of the AutoCanada network, on its achievement as Tesla’s top customer index score (CSI) performer in the Quebec market.
Joe Visconti, president of Auto Bugatti, and the rest of the team received a CSI of more than 95 percent, according to an email from Tesla. “Congratulations to Joe Visconti and the entire team at Auto Bugatti,” wrote AutoCanada on LinkedIn. “Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to providing our Tesla customers with the best experience possible each and every time a repair is completed.”
BOOST FOR BATTERIES
Quebec recently launched a “first-of-its-kind” electric vehicle (EV) battery recovery program designed to collect, transport, repurpose, remanufacture and recycle end-of-life EV batteries—specifically, fuel cells that fall outside of the established OEM management programs.
The EV Battery Recovery Program is the result of a collaboration between vehicle manufacturers that worked with Call2Recycle to develop and launch the EVBatteryRecovery.ca platform.
The program is funded by the participating OEMs—which includes Honda, Acura, BMW, Dodge, Fiat, Nissan, Tesla, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and many more—and offered to dismantlers, shredders, independent repair and service facilities, dealerships, fleet operators and even individual vehicle owners.
The EV Battery Recovery program complements actions already in place and delivers on the manufacturers’ commitment to the Government of Québec to have a program in place to ensure eligible EV batteries at risk of not being recycled or reused at end-of-life are responsibly managed and recovered.
The program also supports the sustainable management of EV batteries and the further development of a circular economy for these valuable resources.