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Environment

GeoWash, works with a Eco Friendly product line, making our concept an excellent choice to actively contribute to preserve the environment and save millions of gallons of water.

We are proud to be one of the world’s most Eco-Friendly Car Wash Systems!

At GeoWash we’re all about leading the way in saving water while cleaning cars around the world.

There are many other ways we can save water in all our daily lives. Please take a look at the “Top 50 water saving tips”:

  • Never put water down the drain when there may be another use foritsuch as watering a plant or garden, or cleaning.
  • Verify that your home is leak-free because many homes have hidden water leaks. Read your water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter does not read exactly the same, there is a leak.
  • Repair dripping faucets by replacing washers for greater home water saving. If your faucet is dripping at therate of one dropper second, you can expectto waste 2,700 gallons per year which will add to the cost of water and sewer utilities, or strain your septic system.
  • Check for to ilettankle aks by add ingfood coloring tothe tank. If the toilet is leaking, color will appear with in 30 minutes. Check the toilet forworn out, corroded or bent parts. Mostre placement parts are inexpensive, readily available and easily installed. (Flush as soon as test is done, sincefood coloring may staintank.)
  • Avoid flushing the toiletun necessarily. Dispose of tissues, insects and other such waste in the trashra ther than the toilet.
  • Takes horter showers. Replace yous hower head withan ultra-low-flow version. Some units are available thatallow you to cut off the flow with out adjusting the water temperature knobs.
  • Use the minimu mamount of water needed for a bath by closing the drain first and filling the tubonly 1/3 full. Stopper tubbe for eturning water. The initial burst of cold water can be warmed by adding hot water later.
  • Don’t let water run whiles having or washing your face. Brush your teeth first while waiting for water to get hot, then washor shave after filling the basin.
  • Retro fitall waste ful house hold faucets by installing aera torswith flowres trictors to help with your home water saving.
  • Operate automatic dishwas her sand clothes washers only when they are fully loaded or properly set the water level for the size of  load you are using.
  • When washing dishes by hand, fill one sink or basin with soapy water. Quickly rinseunder a slow-moving stream from the faucet.
  • Store drinking water in there frigeratorra ther than letting the tap run every time you want a cool glass of water.
  • Do not use running water to thaw meat or other frozen foods. De frost food over night in there frigerator or by using the defrost setting on your microwave.
  • Kitchen sink disposals require lots of water to operate properly. Start a compost pile as analternate method of disposing food wasteinstea do fusing a garbage disposal. Garbage  disposals also can add 50% to the volume of solids in a septic tank which can lead to mal functions and main tenance problems.
  • Consider installing aninstant water heater on your kitchen sink so you don’t have to let the water run while it heats up. This will reduce heating costs for your house hold.
  • Insulate your water pipes. You’ll get hot water faster plus a void wasting water while it heats up.
  • Never install a water-to-air heat pump or air-conditioning system. Air-to-air models are just as efficient and do not waste water.
  • Install water soft ening systems only when necessary. Save water and salt by run ning the  minimum a moun to fregenerations necessary tomainta in water softness. Turn soft eners off while on vacation.
  •  Check your pump. If you have a well at your home, listen to see if the pump kicks on and off while the water is not in use. If it does, you have a leak.
  • When adjusting water temperatures, instead of turning water flow up, try turning it down. If the water is too hot or cold, turn the offender down rather than increasing water flow to balance the temperatures.
  • If the toilet flush handle frequently sticks in the flush position, letting water run constantly, replace or adjustit.
  • Water your yard only before 8 a.m. to reduce evaporation and interference from wind.
  • Check yours prinkler system for leaks, over spray and broken sprinkler heads.
  • Consider a using GeoWash next time you have a dirty car.

We also invite you to explore the following websites to learn more about saving water:

http://www.epa.gov/watersense
http://www.wateruseitwisely.com
http://www.h2oconserve.org
http://www.sydneywater.com.au

And this one specially for families and children (thanks to Mags and the kids from Camp Price in Prentice, WI): http://www.improvenet.com/a/water-conservation-at-home