Will Water Make The Cut?

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Media Release 







For Information

30 December 2009







Kate Engler

For Immediate Release






0412 526 851



WILL WATER MAKE THE CUT IN 2010?



The Top Ten NEW YEAR resolutions include:


1) Spend More Time with Family & Friends



2) Fit in Fitness

3) Tame the Bulge






4) Quit Smoking

5) Enjoy Life More






6) Quit Drinking

7) Get Out of Debt






8) Learn Something New

9) Help Others 






10) Get Organized



What New Year’s Resolution will you stick to this year?  What resolution can make a

difference to the global warming crisis we are facing?


SAVING WATER is one simple resolution that every Australian can embrace.  A

massive 130 litres of water can be saved EVERY TIME we wash our cars.


Figures from the Car Wash Association reveal that:



Washing your car by hose uses an obscene 200+ litres of water 


Using a bucket reduces this to 99 litres 


Visiting your local car wash slashes this to only the 60-70 litres of potable

(town) water 


Industry leaders and winners of the Moreton Bay ‘Business of the Year’ Award, Phil

and Katrina Kelly of Rothwell Car Wash want every Australian to make 2010 a

‘water-wise’ year.


“Commercial car washes are required by law to only use 60 -70 litres in their

carwash bays – which on it’s own is a significant drop on domestic use.  When you

add into the equation that most car washes now recycle their water, the ‘real’ use

is far less.”  Explains Katrina.


The Kelly’s recycle their water to Class A recycled quality –

the same standard

applied by some local councils.


“We want all Australians to do their bit for our environment and make water saving

a priority for 2010.  If everyone stops washing their cars and dogs at home, we will

save a massive amount of our most precious resource.”  She says.


For information or to interview

the Kelly’s on how Australians can save water

contact Kate Engler 0412 526 851


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