Subaru Love the Earth

Subaru cares about our environment, which is why our manufacturing plants produce zero waste. Subaru shared its zero landfill expertise with National Parks through the Don't Feed the Landfills initiative, helping eliminate over 6 billion pounds of waste from the National Parks so far. Subaru has been helping the parks for over 20 years, educating on environmentalism through Leave No Trace. Recently Subaru capped this partnership with the parks by becoming the largest corporate partner of the National Parks Service's 100 year anniversary. To date, Subaru has contributed over $68 million to help preserve the parks.

Subaru is a company striving to help environmental organizations that it believes in. Partnering with the National Wildlife Federation (link national wildlife federation to, Subaru aims to help preserve wildlife and its habitat through the development of vehicles using environmentally-focused platforms and supporting national environmental concerns.

Lee's Summit Subaru Loves the Earth

So often we take the wonders of nature for granted, and Subaru wants to change that. It is possible to make the world a better place when we value the things that nature offers us and understand its importance in our world. Here at Lee's Summit Subaru we feel strongly about doing our part to help preserve and protect our environment.

TerraCycle® │ Turning Waste Into Something Useful

Loving the environment means preserving it. That's why we partner with TerraCycle® year round to keep hard-to-recycle waste out of landfills and turn it into useful items for our community like park benches and bike racks. So far, over 1,000,000 pieces of waste have been diverted from local landfills with the help of Subaru retailers nationwide.

How It Works

Not only can you recycle items used while you are visiting our dealership, but you can also collect recyclable items and bring them to us to recycle for you.

How It Works

  • Any brand of disposable cups, lids, and straws
  • Any Brand of candy and snack wrappers