Washbays.com builds wash bays for trucks, buses, cars, heavy machinery, workshops and mines.
Innovative technology recycling water - low costs, low maintenance, no sewer connection. Made In Australia
|Posted on February 28, 2020 at 10:35 PM||comments (645)|
Australia is just one of the countries that is facing the biggest challenges with climate change with the weather getting hotter. Years of drought and the recent horrendous bush fires have us looking more seriously at how we can manage this and be prepared for the future. Washbays.com has always been conscious of the shortage of water and we have spent years refining our recycling technology and proving it works, both scientifically and financially. Users of our popular modular...Read Full Post »
|Posted on October 13, 2019 at 2:05 AM||comments (66)|
What do people do when they can't use water to operate their business? What do farmers do when they have no more water for washing themselves let alone feeding stock or growing crops? Do they just drop their bundle and give up? No, most don't. It is the same for small business. When the entire economy is struggling to deal with serious issues like lack of essential resources, a technology like ours which saves water could be one of the answers, but it's an emerging market moving at a sl...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM||comments (6)|
It's not easy being in an industry that is dependent on the weather bringing the water needed for farmers and businesses. We are being asked to review what we do so that we are not as vulnerable to the vagaries of the weather, and that's something we help people do.
Recently a QLD company operating out of Brisbane did the sums on buying water and waste water costs. They came to the conclusion that setting up reycycling in their wash bays was b...Read Full Post »
|Posted on June 14, 2018 at 1:25 AM||comments (0)|
It doens't matter where you live in the world, water is a very valuable resource. You are lucky if you have clean safe running water in your home or in your local hospital as there are places in the world where that isn't the case. However, we are all working towards making that a reality as everyone needs clean water, including our wild life.
Here in Australia, we are quite fortunate. We can drink our lcoal water. However, that doens't mean it's fre...Read Full Post »
|Posted on April 20, 2018 at 1:15 AM||comments (392)|
Look what a difference a smart wash bay makes. Here on this site the heavily polluted water coming off the equipment runs into this wash bay beach pit.
You can see here how contaminated and dirty it is. It gets pumped out of here and starts to work it's way though the modular biological treatment system you ca...Read Full Post »
|Posted on September 9, 2014 at 10:05 PM||comments (373)|
When anyone asks us what we do, and we tell them, they always say. "Wow, what a fantastic thing to do. Everyone should do that" Their general reaction is based on the fact that we are treating and recycling wash-down water and it isn't running off into the local environment. They always know of several places in their local area where that is happening and where they could be used. You probably do too.
It's not hard to find waste water running down the gutters and then into...Read Full Post »
|Posted on July 1, 2014 at 5:55 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on February 3, 2014 at 8:55 PM||comments (729)|
2014 has started with the usual climatic disasters that Australian's have come to expect - this year it's bushfires and droughts. Last year it was floods. Added to that situation is the uncertainity that everyone faces in their life when they are directly impacted by them. Australian's tend to be a resiliant lot when it comes to coping, and we have become masters at not making too much of a fuss. We understate the problems and tend to find solutions. However, it appears now to be much worse f...Read Full Post »
|Posted on January 6, 2014 at 8:15 PM||comments (1)|
Carrying water is hard work and millions of women and children do this every day in the world.
washbays.com works hard to help people change the way they use and reuse water in industrial areas. More and more, people are wanting to make sure they don't pollute their local environment and are putting in washbays to ensure all contaminated water is contained and treated. Sometimes they don't even need to reuse the water as they receive so much rain which they harvest and store in tanks, b...Read Full Post »
|Posted on March 17, 2013 at 2:15 AM||comments (112)|
We are so lucky in Australia - we live on the largest most beautiful island in the world. We are surrounded by water, stunning marine parks, we are home to the Great Barrier Reef and many, many beautiful beaches and islands rim our country.
I have just viewed a film made about a very small island which is now a national park. It tells up about the conservancy work of someone who calls himself just an ordinary man, Brendon Grimshaw. It is a remarkable story about how he came to bu...Read Full Post »