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Jhb police will monitor water use

By |September 11th, 2016|

JOHANNESBURG residents have been warned to be ready to pay R1500 as fine for wasting water.

This comes from the Johannesburg Water Board who asked metro police to monitor whether residents are adhering to water restrictions. The water board announced last week, its decision to hit hard on all residents who fail to comply to its […]

Johannesburg tightens the noose

By |September 8th, 2016|

SOUTH Africa’s biggest city tightened water restrictions as high spring temperatures and dry weather meant dam levels continued to drop, adding to the effect of record-low rainfall in 2015.

Johannesburg must cut water consumption by 15 percent or face forced cuts, the city said in a statement this week. In addition to restrictions imposed in November, […]

Washing heavily soiled cars

By |May 12th, 2016|

IT makes sense that heavily soiled vehicles, for example 4x4s returning from very muddy bush trips, will require a high pressure hose to clean under the wheel arches, etc. You will at times need a high-pressure application for this.

But Eco Wash can easily deal with ordinary mud splashes on the body (i.e. after driving […]

World Water Day: 22 March 2016

By |March 22nd, 2016|

EACH year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of fresh water. Under the theme ‘Water and Jobs’, the year 2016 provides an important opportunity to consolidate and build upon the previous World Water Days to highlight the two-way relationship between water and the decent work agenda in the quest for sustainable development.

Access to safe […]

We prevent scratching

By |February 16th, 2016|

ECO Wash’s tried and tested technology ensures that cars are not scratched or damaged, see photos above taken at some of our dealerships.

When scratching occurs, it invariably happens at conventional washes where washers employ circular motions (“sandpapering”) with dirty or unrinsed cloths. Drive to any conventional wash and see for yourself. Notice the filthy buckets […]

Eco Wash makes headlines in Mauritius

By |January 25th, 2016|

ECO Wash launched in Mauritius last week amid good media hype and coverage.

Mauritian entrepreneur Diane Maigrot, aided by her team of trained Eco Washers, launched their new venture with 10 Eco Wash Mobile Dispensing Units at the busy Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius, the prime retail and shopping destination situated in Moka.

The launch was well supported […]

Lights, Camera, MDU Mark 3!

By |January 11th, 2016|

ECO Wash has launched a brand-new Mobile Dispensing Unit (MDU Mark 3), to serve clients with improved technology in the New Year.

The first of our new units have been installed in the North West at Hyundai in Lichtenburg, Nissan in Lichtenburg and Hyundai in Vryburg – areas harshly affected by the drought in recent months. […]

Follow us on Social Media

By |January 5th, 2016|

IT’s a brand new year and a good time to empty your crammed e-mail boxes, catch up on tasks not completed and decide who to join on your ever-growing social media lists.

At Eco Wash we keep you abreast of the latest developments surrounding South Africa’s water crisis with articles sourced from locally and abroad; there […]

Reminders for Festive Season

By |December 18th, 2015|

A few downpours recently haven’t come close to solving South Africa’s countrywide water crisis. This festive season, we all need to continue to remind themselves of the scarcity of water and how to consciously save it every day.

Wherever you plan to enjoy your holiday this year, try to remain aware of water saving and if […]

Minister: “Collective Efforts Needed!”

By |November 3rd, 2015|

ONLY a collective effort between government and citizens can avert a nationwide drought disaster.

“Behavioural change among us is vital,” said Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyabne in Johannesburg on Sunday.

South Africa is battling with a severe shortage of water – considered the worst drought in the last 25 years – affecting 173 of the 12628 […]