Each carwash has its own unique story on how they began saving water and the motivating factors for doing so. The four carwashes covered in this piece range from tunnels to hand washes to mobile locations, and have all found their own path to water savings and successful business.
With many washes being charged for water twice, once for water use, and once for sewer discharge, it’s vital that owners save this precious resource in every reasonable way possible that doesn’t take away from the quality of the carwash.
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The owner of Cross Roads Car Wash originally got into the business to have a schedule that would allow him to hit the slopes whenever he wanted and 20 years later he's still in business, according to the Tahoe Daily Tribune.
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