Our team has the right skills and equipment to recover and recycle the water we use in our services.
While pressure washing is a highly effective way to remove dirt and grime from exterior surfaces, it does have some downsides, one of the most obvious being its high consumption of water. Fresh water supplies are becoming a concern for many communities, so many people are reluctant to use methods that require so much of it. To help conserve water, our team at Blackwater Power Washing, LLC uses specialized equipment to recover and recycle water that is used during our power and soft washing services, collecting as much of it as possible so it can be put to other uses.
Once we have finished power washing your wall, pathway, etc., our team will then use vacuum hoses to recover and recycle the runoff water. We first collect the water using our specialized equipment, then we filter and treat it to remove all the contaminants. This step is necessary because the water used in power washing gets pretty filthy—as it cleans your surfaces, all the grime, mold spores, algae, exhaust residue, and much more will dissolve into it. The water becomes so contaminated that it will need to be treated before it can be safely poured into a storm drain or used for other applications, but fortunately, our team has the right equipment to remove these pollutants. You can count on us to recover and recycle water in order to protect the local ecosystem and the planet as a whole.
We are proud to be a part of the community in Southwest Virginia, and we want to do our part to protect the natural world. If you want to know more about how we recover and recycle water, just give us a call.