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How can I use less water washing my car?

We know everyone washes their car differently. We recommend using a bucket of soapy water for the washing/scrubbing and using a hose with a trigger nozzle for quickly rinsing your car at the beginning and end of the wash. Where possible, wash your car on the grass, as the grass gets watered at the same time and this doesn’t pollute our stormwater drains with soapy water. Or visit one of the car washes around Tauranga that use recycled water.

The below car washes have water recycling systems which send carwash wastewater through various holding tanks and filters to remove wax, oil and solids before processing between 65% and 95% of the water back for reuse.

  • BP Connect Mount Maunganui - 570 Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui
  • BP Connect Tauranga - 1058 Cameron Road, Tauranga
  • BP Connect Tauriko - 1 Taurikura Drive, Tauriko
  • BP Connect Bruce Road - 48 Bruce Road, Tauranga
  • Challenge Tauriko - 1 Matakokiri Drive, Tauriko
  • Wash N Shine - 230 Parton Road, Papamoa Beach
  • Z 11th Avenue - Cnr 11th Avenue and Cameron Road, Tauranga
  • Z Hewletts Road - 81 Hewletts Road, Mount Maunganui
  • Z Palm Beach - 16 Domain Road, Papamoa

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Wash N Shine Pāpāmoa recycles 75% of the dirty water generated on site from vehicle washing

Posted: Dec 11, 2023,
Categories: Water conservation,
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