The Collision Repair Campaign is an effort to address health threats through a two-year campaign to drastically reduce auto body emissions at the national level. Each EPA regional office involved in the Campaign will work with their respective partners (e.g. community, industry, small businesses, etc.) to significantly reduce human and environmental exposure to air toxics from auto body shops. While similar work has been done in the past in pockets around the country, the Campaign represents a unique, unprecedented nationwide effort to accomplish bold goals in toxic reductions. The community campaign aimed at reducing toxic exposures from collision repair shops is voluntary.