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Nissan saves 6.1 million litres of water in India through foam wash

Nissan saves 6.1 million litres of water in India through foam wash
Santosh Nair Santosh Nair Saturday 10 June 2017, 22:52 PM

Nissan has announced that the company has conserved 6.1 million litres of water in India over the past three years by using an effective means of car washing. The unique foam wash technique that the company has adopted to clean cars at its service centres across India has helped them achieve substantial water saving.

While traditional car washes regularly use about 160 litres of water to clean just one car, the foam wash technique, that Nissan began implementing in 2014 at their service centres, uses just about 90 litres. The company says this technique has reduced their water usage by 45 percent, and claims that the saved water is equivalent to the water consumption of around 25,000 Indian households in a day.

Commenting on this eco-friendly achievement, Sanjeev Aggarwal, VP of after sales, Nissan Motor India said, “Nissan always aims to deliver innovative and best-in-class sales and after sales service to its customers. Using the foam wash technique for our customers’ cars saves their time and a significant amount of water. That’s a winning combination for both Nissan and Datsun customers and for the environment.”

 

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