One week ago, my trusted staff Edwin and I had a special cleaning job on our calendar.
The Ford dealership in St. Petersburg, Fl, needed their workshop floors pressure washed and it was a dirty business on a time crunch:
We had 2 days for 38,000 sqft of oily surfaces.
Naturally, we tackled it and got to work ;-)
I had the opportunity to bring in our mega workhorse: a water reclaiming and recycling machine that would wash and clean the floors while at the same time "swallow" the grimy and oily residues and recycle the used water so it could be run down the storm drain. This was not just a "nice" gesture of me but is actually the law.
Pinellas County has strict policies when it comes to water pollution:
Did you know that storm drains are NOT connected to sanitary sewer systems or treatment plants? In Pinellas County, storm drains flow directly into our creeks, lakes, Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico without treatment.
The primary purpose of storm drains are to carry rainwater away from developed areas to prevent flooding.
Source: Pinellas County Watershed
We started early in the morning and I used my phone to show and narrate the scope of this job ...
Watch the video below to see the scope of this undertaking and how grimy the run off would have been, if we didn't reclaim and recycle that water. Yuk! We got rid of all the engine oil on the shopfloors and a lot of the dirt, too. But like I say in the video, the before and after isn't captured well, so you have to take my word for it :-)
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We like to help our Dad to promote his pressure washing and window cleaning business in Clearwater and Tampa Bay. Hope you enjoy this blog ;-).
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