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6 Tips for Saving Water With Bus Wash Systems

Nicole Schlosser
Posted on June 24, 2015
Bitimec’s 626-EZ saves more water by applying soap through misting circuits, which also use less soap. The system is shown here washing a school bus at Brunswick County Schools in Bolivia, North Carolina.

Bitimec’s 626-EZ saves more water by applying soap through misting circuits, which also use less soap. The system is shown here washing a school bus at Brunswick County Schools in Bolivia, North Carolina.

NS Corp. now offers in systems like its Big Mini, shown here, a detergent foam arch feature, which applies the chemical as a suds-like foam, and saves water because it stays on the bus longer.

NS Corp. now offers in systems like its Big Mini, shown here, a detergent foam arch feature, which applies the chemical as a suds-like foam, and saves water because it stays on the bus longer.

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