“It’s time to get smart about water preservation systems!”
– Philip Symons, Ewasha Founder
In 2009/2010 eWasha Wash Bay Recycling was tasked with the manufacture, supply and installation of recycling plants at the new King Shaka International Airport for Europcar, Budget and First Car and Hertz Car Hire companies.
A Need for Water Saving
Between Europcar, Budget Car, First Car and Hertz Car, a total of 1250 vehicles get washed each day – water-saving strategies were needed. After much research and development, eWasha implemented a system that has, to date, successfully reduced their Municipal water usage by an impressive 90%.
With over 150 plants in operation, eWasha Wash Bay Recycling has even crossed borders into Botswana and Mozambique.
Work then expanded to Gauteng, and the broader Western and Eastern Cape. eWasha Wash Bay Recycling has provided two water recycling systems at Cape Town International Airport (washing 750 cars each day) and Jet Park Johannesburg (washing 1000 cars per day). This sits amongst numerous others such as NMI dealerships, Barloworld dealerships, Imperial centers and includes Engen and Shell Garages.
Recent drought conditions have resulted in the successful design and installation of emergency water supply systems. Our clients range from corporate to domestic users, including businesses offering accommodation. The Municipalities of Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg have also realized the need to conserve water within their own operations, and have installed a total of eight eWasha plants at their bus depots.
The eWasha Wash Bay Recycling team and our contractors are passionate about the responsibility we have to our environment.