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Environmental Issues

Water: Recycled storm water vs. desalination

ADELAIDE, Australia — Finding the most affordable water option for users in South Australia.


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Waterless washes are fighting misconceptions one car at a time

While the automatic carwash and the waterless wash industry don’t always agree on everything, they do have some things in common; namely, providing an environmentally friendly car cleaning service. There’s also a lot the automatic carwashing industry can learn from innovation in the waterless market, and how these companies present their services.


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ICA receives over 120 million impressions with WaterSavers campaign

CHICAGO — The ICA has found numerous successful ways to engage audiences with its WaterSavers program, many of which can help others in the carwash industry learn how to better work with the media.


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Calif. water regulators approve fines for water wasting, including at-home carwashing

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The fines, which go up to $500, are for water wasting activities that include lawn watering, landscaping and carwashing, according to Fox News


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How to start a carwash: What about water?

Here is some news you need to know right now.
Water is a precious resource, the incoming of which we simply cannot control, at least not yet, and the only thing that can be controlled is how the current supply is used and reused.
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Tips on predicting the weather

One of the first things a carwash owner checks in the morning is the weather, and Meteorologist Dave Unger has recommendations on how to better understand what Mother Nature has in store.


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Drought limits taxi service carwashing

WICHITA FALLS, Texas — Under a city ordinance, Skylark Taxi and other services like it are forced to keep their vehicles clean, which is becoming more difficult during the drought, according to Texomashomepage.com.


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Carwashes may be cut off from city water due to drought

WICHITA FALLS, Texas — There are 20 carwashes in the city, and they will be cut off from using city water if lake levels fall below 20 percent, according to Texomashomepage.com.


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The truth about the weather

Meteorologist Dave Unger offers advice on what to believe when it comes to predictions.
Meteorologist Dave Unger of the Climate Prediction Center, offers up the following insight to help you figure out your local weather forecasts and plan accordingly.
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Middle schoolers visit Con-Serv Manufacturing

LAKELAND, Fla. — Owners Stan and Dwight Royal showed students some of the Con-Serv products and their effectiveness in the treatment and re-use of water.
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