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Water Quality Association Aquatech USA calls for carwash speakers

July 29, 2014

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The annual water conference is accepting proposals for a carwash presentation.


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New solar carwash comes to market

July 24, 2014

GERMANY — Carwashes powered by solar power are especially efficient during the busy summer season.


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Carwash owner conserves water during drought

July 22, 2014

MODESTO, Calif. — A California carwash in a drought-ridden state has been saving water for more than 20 years.


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Got a question? Ask our panel of experts

July 14, 2014
We here at Professional Carwashing & Detailing have a panel of carwashing and detailing experts who are ready and willing to take on and answer your questions...


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The 2014 Water Issue

June 23, 2014
Presenting your ultimate guide in how to use, save and understand this natural, precious resource.
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Water Savings

Lustra™ Tip of the Month
March 12, 2014
With the news of the recent drought hitting California, it reminds us that there are some things that we take for granted.
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U.S. Embassy in Iraq installs closed-loop carwash

February 13, 2014
SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — Riveer has introduced the CamelRack, a semi-permanent wash system, that recycles water used in carwash, according to a press release.    


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The Wave Carwash saves water with The Mizer system

February 12, 2014
DE PERE, Wis. — The Wave Carwash installed “The Mizer,” a solution distribution and application system that regulates consistent flow of water and solution, according to a press release.
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Environmentally friendly washing encouraged in California

February 11, 2014
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Drought has had a dramatic impact on the state of California, according to the Washington Post.


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Carwash temporarily shuts down due to water emergency

February 10, 2014
WILLITS, Calif. — Water emergency in city has led at least one carwash to close until further notice, according to the Daily Journal News.


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