The Power Washers of North America is a professional association that assists companies is adopting Best Management Practices (BMP) for recycling waste water. Using this approach, a business can position itself as a premium service provider of environmentally sound policies. That means more revenue, but it could also increase the opportunity to obtain jobs in drought stricken communities. The organization also offers inexpensive certifications as a water reclamation specialist.
As the earth's most precious resource, water is as essential to life as it is to the pressure washing industry. Two machine styles facilitate the recycling waste water. The first is a system that collects and holds the water for dumping elsewhere. The other type also filters the water and either holds it for reuse or enables it to be dumped in accordance with EPA guidelines.
In order to determine which system is the most appropriate for recycling waste water, a pressure washing business needs to consider what type of cleaning it normally engages in. Any pressure-washing byproduct that can be legally washed down a drain doesn't require filtering. However, fleet or railcar washing is a different story. In addition to the cleaning chemicals, there are petroleum derivatives such as grease and oil that must be dealt with.