Wash the Cars on Your Lot with Only a Cup of Water: Can a $15 bottle change the $24 B carwash industry & Your Car Wash Bill?
Eco Green Auto Clean, a Silicon Valley company, thinks so–and is proving it every day in the tough, hyper-critical Silicon Valley market of high powered people who are concerned about the environment. There is physical location south of San Francisco in Redwood City, California that serves as a showroom for the product and to show how cars are hand washed with just one cup of water
How are they doing it?
The startup company designs, formulates, manufactures, markets, and is selling, innovative bio-degradable waterless car wash products. With these green products customers can clean their cars with just a cup of water. Eco Green Auto Clean is distributing these products to Fortune 500 companies including fleets.
How does it work?
The use of our products also saves between 50 and 70 gallons of water per wash when compared to conventional car washing methods. All this while still leaving your car with that showroom shine
Where did this innovative way of saving water come from?
The process was developed over a period of more than two years with one of the world’s leading chemists.
As a vertically integrated company, Eco Green Auto Clean, Inc. manufacturers its own “100% plant-derived premium eco car care products” in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The product is then distributed
via warehouses in South San Francisco or Amsterdam to over 50
countries globally. Throughout the development process the company ensures coherence with core value of protecting the environment. Therefore, all of their products are made with plant-derived ingredients, meaning they are bio-degradable. This ensures there is no more toxic waste going into drains, rivers and oceans.
Where can you find these people: Anton Van Happen, CEO, 866-620- 0453; firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHo_NVTgi8o
Get your car washed with a cup of water: 2801 El Camino Real, Redwood City, CA 94061 (650) 216-6600.
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