TALLAHASSEE, FL — A non-profit carwash which helps men overcoming drug and alcohol addictions was cited by city inspectors and told to install a filter for run-off water, WCTV reported.
The May 14 story said the carwash is run by Teen Challenge, a faith-based non-profit that uses the carwash to teach its members about hard work and it also raises funds.
However, a for-profit carwash recently complained to the county about the operation, which led to a visit by city inspectors.
The inspectors issued a voluntary compliance notice, asking the carwash to install the filter. It also said it needs proper permitting.
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