Charlotte Pressure Washing Company, Camelot Pressure Washing, Inc., Invests In “Green” Equipment.

Charlotte, NC – July 31, 2008 – Residential and commercial pressure washing in Charlotte and the surrounding area has just become greener. Recent drought conditions and more stringent EPA guidelines prompted Camelot Pressure Washing, Inc. to take their environmentally conscious approach one step further. Their new machinery reclaims and recycles the water they use. Similar to a car wash, their pressure washing units recover the water they use through a vacuum system, removes particulates and oil, and reuses the water for cleaning.Camelot Pressure Washing, Inc. is located in Harrisburg, NC and is proud to provide service to residents and businesses in the Charlotte, NC area. They are residential and commercial specialists in cleaning vinyl, concrete, brick, stone, and other exterior surfaces. Visit their website at http://www.camelotpressurewashing.com/ for a free estimate on your home or business.  Although Camelot Pressure Washing has always employed techniques for saving water, their new methods allow them to be even more conscious of how much fresh water they’re using. Their new system also ensures that wastewater and contaminants don’t go down storm drains. Many Charlotte pressure washing companies are not following the Federal Clean Water Act guidelines and put themselves and their customers at risk for enormous fines, as well as risking the integrity of the environment. Camelot Pressure Washing, Inc. has always made efforts to be compliant with federal, state, and local municipalities, but this recent move puts them at the forefront of the industry by exceeding the expectations of all governing bodies. Most importantly, their methods are safest for the environment.

The company was recently featured in the June/July issue of Cabarrus Business Magazine (http://www.cabarrusmagazine.com/

) as a company that has overcome drought issues. In addition to being licensed and fully insured, Camelot Pressure Washing, Inc. has permission and privilege licenses from Mecklenburg, Union, and Cabarrus counties to continue full operations during the current drought.
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