Saturday, January 26, 2013

Washing the fleet without contaminating the Bay

Physical Plant, Be Smart About Safety, Fleet Services, & Grounds Services has finished construction on a pressure washing system supplied by a closed-loop water recycling system. This system does not drain out to the sewer or the Bay. Rather, water is cycled through the system using microbes to eat and digest contaminants, such as oil, and the final water that comes out of the pressurized hose is used to wash engines, vehicle exteriors, and other oil-soaked vehicle components.


With the completion of this system, we are now able to locate and eliminate oil leaks that find their way onto UCSC and Santa Cruz County-wide roads and keep the vehicle fleet clean using less water in the process.


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