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Why Sacramento is limiting at-home carwashing

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — An answer to the timely question of why Sacramento is limiting water usage on at-home carwashes, according to the Sacramento Bee.


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Drought in California leads to cutbacks in water

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — California municipalities have found ways to cutback on water during the drought, according to station KERO.


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Mobile carwash business heating up in Texas

LUBBOCK, Texas — Weeks of cold weather led to poor sales at carwashes in the area, but that is about to change, just like the temperature, according Everythinglubbock.com.


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Warm days in winter lead to rush at the carwash

SHAWNEE, Kan. — When the temperatures go up in the winter, so do the sales at carwashes, according to station KMBZ.


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Local officials in Ashland want carwashes shutdown to conserve water

ASHLAND, Ky. — Some local officials want carwashes closed to conserve water, but do not have legal rights to make that happen, according to the Independent Online.


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EPA requests Environmental Award nominations

WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency will be handing out Environmental Quality Awards to people and businesses who have...
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Test reveals which carwash uses less water

AUSTIN, TX — A water conservation specialist from the Lower Colorado River Authority put at-home washing versus commercial washing to the test in a Go Green! news segment.
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Test reveals which carwash uses less water

AUSTIN, TX — A water conservation specialist from the Lower Colorado River Authority put at-home washing versus commercial washing to the test in a Go Green! news segment.
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Reader asks columnist: What's the greenest way to wash a car?

Find out what the green-living expert had to say...
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Presenting the five factors of clean... MECHANICAL ACTION

Mechanical action is the combination of physical forces to help remove soils from the vehicle's surface.
Ryan Cook
Mechanical action is the combination of physical forces to help remove soils from the vehicle's surface.
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