Setec Astronomy Posted November 15, 2016 Share Posted November 15, 2016 Unless we have a lot of precipitation here in NJ this winter, it looks like by spring we will be in a Drought Emergency, which entails mandatory water use restrictions like no lawn watering, no pavement washdown, and no CAR WASHING. Since the imposition of the Drought Emergency is usually by a Gubernatorial Executive Order, I'm trying to get ahead of this and see if I can suggest some wording in the order to allow for rinseless or waterless washing. Since I'm sure to bureaucrats, car washing is car washing, I wondered if OPT has addressed this issue before and whether there is a White Paper of some sort outlining what rinseless/waterless is, how it differs from a traditional wash, how much water is used/saved. Keep in mind that I'm sure the bureaucratic answer is "take your car to a commercial car wash" which recycles the water and are exempted from first-stage water use restrictions, so I'd like to have some ammunition. Ron, anything like that available? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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