Water Trucks and/or Pressure Washing?

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Water Trucks and/or Pressure Washing?

Post by bejausa » Fri Jun 01, 2007 7:55 pm

I am hearing conflicting rumors regarding the use of water trucks on streets. Of course, the stormwater issues seem to prohibit flushing, correct? However, I've also been told that if we de-chlorinate the water, it is perfectly okay to flush to the curb for a sweeper to pick up. I like the idea of using a water truck, but don't want to move in a direction that the EPA is clamping down on.

Can any one help clarify?

On the parking lot side, we are getting lots of requests to pressure wash either before the top coat of asphalt comes in or afterwards for that finished look when the builder turns over the keys. Again, knowing what we do about the EPA stuff, I am looking for creative ways to keep the clients happy and keep us away from fines and out of trouble. Any ideas?


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Re: Water Trucks and/or Pressure Washing?

Post by TheRoadCleaners » Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:41 pm

I am also looking for same. Is anybody is here for providing the helpful information?
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