LONDON — Ten disabled workers now have permanent jobs thanks to a “green” carwash service, according to North London Today.

After working for the carwash, the ten employees have moved on to permanent jobs, and now others will fill their positions before transitioning to permanent work, stated the article.

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Future Clean carwash is an environmentally friendly service delivered in partnership with employment and training specialists Seetec, noted the article.

The town council has backed the organization, hoping it will “challenge the perceptions of some employers about recruiting disabled people,” said the article.

All products used at wash are biodegradable, and the system uses just over one pint of filtered rainwater to wash an average-sized vehicle, reported the article.

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