(PRWEB) April 2, 2005
In February 2004, the Greater Vancouver Water District implemented its Water Shortage Response Plan (WSRP) which targeted car washing as a major user of treated drinking water. The Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) has now proposed stringent water restrictions on all treated water use, with a 25% summer surcharge for water consumption being considered.
With all this attention on water consumption, it begs the question:
How can a carwash be Eco-Friendly?
Â Easywash does not use treated drinking water to wash cars.
Â Easywash instead uses well water to wash cars, dogs, bikes, flush toilets and irrigate the site.
Â Easywash will save 24,000,000 liters of treated drinking water every year using and recycling well water.
Â Easywash will be built to the exacting LEED rating system for Green building construction.
Â Easywash will be powered by a state-of-the-art Hydrogen Fuel Cell.
Easywash is setting the standard for sustainable development in our industry:
Â WorldÂs First LEED Certified Carwash
Â WorldÂs First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Carwash
Â WorldÂs Most Eco-Friendly Carwash
April 5, 2005 @ Noon
1501 Main St. @ Mountain Hwy. North Vancouver, BC.
Parking available across the street from the Lynnwood Hotel.
Experts will be on hand to answer questions about:
LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design)
Fuel Cells (Integrated Waste Hydrogen Utilization Project)
Available at groundbreaking ceremony, or through our office.
Additional information at:
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