Carwash and Laundromat to go up in Canada
VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA ― JCB Holdings got approval to open up a carwash and Laundromat here, according to the Sooke News Mirror.
The May 16 story said JCB, which is owned by Bruce Logan and Jerry Liedtke who also own the Village Food Market mall, is working to make sure the business is environmentally friendly and the used water will be treated before it goes into the storm drains.
The bright and well-lit Laundromat will be 3,000 square feet and will be the largest on Vancouver Island. It will include 50 energy-efficient machines and will offer up a coffee shop/cafe, a play room for children and WIFI.
The carwash will include a touchless, soft-touch wash and self-serve bays capable of washing ATVs, boats, trailers and recreation vehicles.
JCB is spending well over $1 million to build the facility.