B&M Recycled Auto Parts of Waukesha was founded in 1949, when Bronco Ogrezovich and Marko Verzich opened a salvage yard in in Milwaukee WI, never anticipating what was to come. As business naturally developed, Bronco and Marko's Milwaukee Auto Salvage Company managed to rapidly grow leading to eventual expansion in 1976, and a transition to second generation owners, Bob and Mike Ogrezovich. The expansion in 1976 of our Milwaukee auto salvage yard included the gradual relocation to our current headquarters in Waukesha Wisconsin. After years of hard work and committed service in the recycled auto parts industry, B&M Auto Parts now finds itself celebrating its golden anniversary as a family owned and operated greater Milwaukee used auto parts wholesaler.Our family oriented auto parts business is an upstanding, certified member of the recycled auto parts industry. B&M Auto Parts holds memberships in many reputable organizations of the recycled auto parts industry including Automotive Recyclers Association, Quality Replacement Parts, and C.A.R.S. of Wisconsin, making B&M Auto Parts an auto industry-preferred automotive recycler. B&M Auto Parts is proud to maintain ARA Gold Seal standards, meeting 27 categories of requirements, and agreeing to follow a number of strict professional business practices. Greater Milwaukee's B&M Auto Parts is committed to providing the highest level of service and quality in recycled auto parts, as part of the Gold Seal Guarantee.As a responsible auto parts recycling company, B&M Auto Parts' recycling process includes many important procedures. First, B&M Auto Parts properly drains the hazardous and recyclable fluids. Second we dismantle the undamaged auto parts where they are then cleaned, tested, inventoried, and stored ; distinguishing quality salvaged used auto parts from the rest. Finally, B&M Auto Parts prepares the remaining vehicle hulk for scrap, helping cut down on waste.As an Automotive Recycler, B&M Auto Parts, along with other automotive recyclers, helps save an estimated 80, 000, 000 barrels of oil every year that would otherwise be needed to manufacture new automotive parts. Auto recycling companies supply approximately 37% of all ferrous metals which make automotive recyclers the primary source of recyclable scrap metal in the USA. Auto recyclers also properly dispose of millions of gallons of automotive fluids including gasoline, motor oil, brake and transmission fluid, anti-freeze and other potential fluids. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, when a mill uses scrap metal in place of ore, there is a 86% reduction in air pollution, a 76% reduction in waste pollution and a 105% reduction in solid waste, which B&M Recycled Auto Parts of Waukesha is proud to be a part of.