In this new age of environmental consciousness, many companies are thinking ahead and building with wastewater disposal concerns already in mind. They are collecting rainwater to use for watering landscaping, or recycling grey water (water that has been used but not contaminated) for further internal use. Bio-remediation systems can be used to clean water for re-use or for release into municipal systems.
Until that becomes the norm, you should consider providing wastewater removal, wastewater removal, and treatment services to your pressure washing clients. By adding this service to your business, you will help your customers, especially your industrial customers; comply with strict local, state and federal codes that are put into place in order to keep groundwater safe for re-use and consumption.
People are beginning to understand the impact that industry and chemicals are having on our environment and when the water supply is in jeopardy or there is a water shortage, large companies and small businesses will need to be ready to handle the wastewater disposal more efficiently. By working in tandem with your customers and according to the guidelines set forth by the Clean Water Act, you will not only have a positive impact on the quality of water in your area and improve your business.
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