Professional Washing Protects the Environment
Home Driveway Car Wash
Step 1 Cleaning solutions and other contaminants from driveway washing run into storm drains which empty directly into surface water supplies such as streams, rivers and lakes.
Step 2 Cleaning solutions from driveway washing also seep into the ground water supply causing potential contamination.
Step 3 Potentially contaminated ground water is pumped to public water supplies for everyday use and consumption.
140 GALLONS of water are used during the average home driveway car wash.*
Professional Car Wash
Step 1 Large deposits of mud, dirt and sand are trapped here as the first step in our water reuse and filtering process.
Step 2 This water is filtered a second time to remove even more dirt, sand particles and spent cleaning solutions.
Step 3 The final stage of our filtering and water reuse system filters out particles to micron levels less than 20. This allows us to reuse our water and some of the still usable cleaning solutions. This allows us to minimize the use of fresh water and protect the environment from harmful contaminants.
40 GALLONS of water are used during the average professional car wash.*
* Taken from a study by the University of Texas.