Littleton's Jazz Car Wash & Detailing will reduce water usage with new system

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Posted 2/2/12

Ever since Keith Taylor, owner of Jazz Car Wash & Detailing, purchased founded Jazz Car Wash & Detailing on South Santa Fe Drive in 2007, he …

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Littleton's Jazz Car Wash & Detailing will reduce water usage with new system

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Ever since Keith Taylor, owner of Jazz Car Wash & Detailing, purchased founded Jazz Car Wash & Detailing on South Santa Fe Drive in 2007, he has pursued turning his establishment into an eco-friendly wash, setting an example for his industry and helping reduce natural resource consumption along the way.

As of January 28, 2012, Jazz Car Wash is now reducing its fresh water usage by 80% using a water reclamation system in its automated car wash tunnel. This system will recycle all the water used to clean the vehicle. This advanced system uses the latest technologies to produce clean water, ready for re-use. The newly cleaned water is just as effective as fresh water at cleaning vehicles, yet reduces waste. Fresh water is still used in the final rinses and cleaning solution applications.

"We've always used eco-friendly wash products where possible, and worked to reduce overall power consumption and this is the final step in making sure we are as environmentally responsible as possible," said Keith Taylor. Few people are aware that taking their cars to a car wash is often more environmentally friendly than washing their vehicles at home. Jazz ensures any wastewater does not run off into rivers and streams, and they strive to use products that are environmentally responsible whenever possible.

"Denver Water has proven to be a tremendous ally in helping us with this undertaking, we could not have completed this on our timeline without their support and the support of Xcel Energy, and Centennial Bank" said Taylor.

In addition to the environmental benefits of this new system, Jazz will also be able to increase the rate at which it cleans cars, thus reducing overall wait times.

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