Pavement Pollutes

When you wash your car on pavement, the run-off carries the grime and chemicals into the soil and storm drains that empty directly into our rivers.

Quality Cleaning

Through our innovative techniques, we use an average of no more than 40 gallons (151.5 liters) of fresh water per car. That’s less than most washing machines!

Recycle, Reuse

The water used in WaterSavers car washes is cleaned through filtration or treatment systems prior to returning to the environment, or it is used again.

Positive Impact

By reducing water pollution in our communities, we are protecting our streams, rivers and water tables.

Pitch In!

Let’s provide a healthier environment for everyone. Do your part today by taking your car to a WaterSavers car wash!

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When you wash your car on pavement, the rinse water runoff — along with all the chemicals it contains — can go to storm drains that empty directly into rivers and streams. This pollution has been proven to negatively impact aquatic life and ecosystems.

WaterSavers® car washes prevent water pollution by routing wash water to treatment prior to its return to the environment. These car washes also use only 40 gallons (151.5 liters) or less of fresh water per car wash — less than the typical home washing machine.

Do your part for clean water. Wash your car at a participating WaterSavers® car wash.