Wash bays for any commercial application
Cleanawater can help you install a wash bay system that meets the standards of your local area. Sometimes, triple interceptors or an oil water separator isn’t enough. Cleanawater's wash bay equipment will help you meet their strict criteria.
Wash bays for all vehicle types
Cleanawater's permanent and portable wash bays can be designed especially for your business and specifications. Otherwise, we can implement our equipment into existing systems, ensuring that you continue to remain compliant. Either way, you'll benefit from our 20 years of wash bay expertise across a wide range of vehicle types and industries.
Need a wash out bay that's up to local authority standards? CleanaWater's portable and permanent wash bay equipment will help you meet their strict criteria.
Our wash bay systems can be transported to your site as a plug-and-play solution that's ready to go. Or we can design and build one that's perfectly suited to your site.
A wash bay floor is created during our construction process. This creates a platform where vehicles and equipment can be positioned for cleaning. Wastewater from the cleaning process is collected using water recycling systems that keep the water for future processing.
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Glenn Claverie, Select Civil
Doug Neil, Stihl Sales and Service Centre Coffs Harbour
Bret Sheehan, Surefire Plumbing Services
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Tom Filipcic, FUCHS Lubricants (Australasia) Pty. Ltd.
Rebecca Tempest - Manager, Resource Recovery & Waste Services, Blue Mountains City Council
If you are unsure, call Cleanawater on 1800 353 788. Typical unroofed wash down bays require perimeter bunding, a holding pit, a diversion system and a pre-treatment device to treat wash down water and should not allow run-off to a storm water drain or adjacent area.
Silt traps and baffled pits are effective measures to retain solids for easy scheduled removal. Beach pits/drive in sumps are excellent for high solids wash down environments.
An approved pre treatment device is required to treat wash down water in wash down bays. Simply allowing wash water to discharge into drains is strictly not permitted. Unroofed wash down bays over 20m2 may require a first flush diversion system to divert rainwater to stormwater.
In the absence of sewer, other approved discharge methods include leach drains, evaporative ponds or holding tanks. Regional areas who are on septic should contact the local shire or council for advice on where to discharge treated wash water.
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