CERES, Calif. — Prime Shine Car Wash has opened its 16th location with its second in the area, according to a press release.

It opened along with a new Cruisers gas station and convenience store in a busy area of town, said the release.

“We partnered with our good friends at Cruisers for the ultimate in convenience,” shared Evan Porges, Prime Shine president, in the release. 

Read also: New travel center attempts to break down stereotypes

Prime Shine has another location in Ceres, which is opened in 1994, noted the release. It is still one of the company’s busiest sites.

The carwash saves water and energy with environmentally friendly processes, stated the release. Around 95 percent of the water used on each vehicle is reclaimed and reused.

Prime Shine began in 1991, reported the release. It is the only member of the International Carwash Association’s WaterSavers program in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.