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 3, 2014 at 8:55 PM|
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 for people to actually survive these climatic changes when coupled wiht market insecurity.
Industries have to have the confidence that if they spend the money to change over to more sustainable work practices and products that they will reap the benefits. What if they do this and their products are not sold because cheaper imports are flooding the market? Not a day goes by when there is not a report about yet another good Australian product or industry struggling to just stay afloat. When are we going to see the folly in making so many people out of work just for the sake of favouring the cheaper imports?
Some of the customers of washbays.com have changed over to ensure they save water, don't pollute their local areas, reduce operation costs by not having a sewer connection and being more independent of public water supplies. These businesses need to be rewarded by the governemnt for doing this. There should be a rebate to assist good environmental practices and their should also be a rebate for buying Australian products. We are going to ensure we raise this as a key issue with every political representative we have in this country. We are an Australian manufacturer and we designed our technology. We want it to become available for everyone who can use it and we want to make sure we can employ more Australians.