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    Since its not something I see everyday I thought I would share this project (Recycling Car Wash) This particular design uses a .5 micron filter system drawn from (4) 1500 gallon tanks installed downstream from the wash bay tanks. Did i mention this car wash is also going to be capable of running from a well as well as city water.

    10000 gallons of tanks for a 2 bay car wash:-)


    Tank delivery day (Waiting on 2 more 1500 gallon tanks to arrive)

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    Re: Recycling carwash fun

    Look like 1500 gallon street rated septic tanks. Yes?

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      Re: Recycling carwash fun

      Originally posted by BobsPlumbing View Post
      Look like 1500 gallon street rated septic tanks. Yes?
      Yes, all are septic tanks with the exception of the well water cistern.

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        we have one here owned by a former plumbing boss of mine. it recycles, filters and treats the water used continuously... overall daily loss is less than 5 gallons.
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        ... it was plumbed by Ray Charles and his helper Stevie Wonder

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          Originally posted by Plumber Punky View Post
          we have one here owned by a former plumbing boss of mine. it recycles, filters and treats the water used continuously... overall daily loss is less than 5 gallons.

          That is seriously impressive............!!!!!!!!!!

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            It was seriously expensive but that town only has public wells for supply and the water is crappy. The building looks like your basic car wash center. No one knows the difference by looking at it. I'll be out that way in a few days and can grab a pic. Word has it that it paid for itself in the first 5 months!
            ~~

            ... it was plumbed by Ray Charles and his helper Stevie Wonder

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