GO GREEN – AT NO ADDITIONAL COST

ELIMINATE STORM WATER POLLUTION

The waste water from pressure washing is runoff and it contributes to storm water pollution
because it contains residue toxins like oil and chemicals if you use them. Prokleen Power
Wash of Alabama and Florida captures  wash water before it gets into Our storm drains thus
saving and preserving our natural water sources and protecting our environment.

FILTERING OUR WASTE WATER

Prokleen Power Wash of Alabama and Florida uses waste water recovery systems that
captures the water used for cleaning.  We then can filter the water and legally discharge into
the sanitary sewer system for treatment or filter the water back down to 5microns and reuse
it.  Prokleen Power Wash has been in business for 15 years and our goal as always is to do
our best to lower the cost to you and to the environment.


MINIMIZE POLLUTING CHEMICALS

The use of chemicals while cleaning can be highly damaging to our environment even
biodegradable chemicals. This is why Prokleen Power Wash prefers to use hot water instead
of some cleaners and detergents.  We neutralize the ph in chemicals when necessary and
never allow these cleaners and Chemicals to get into our storm drains and water ways.



CONSERVE WATER

Pressure washing can use an incredible amount of water, unless you have the right
equipment and know how to use it. Prokleen Power Wash reduces the volume of water used
while maintaining our high quality standards of cleaning.
Where to find Prokleen environmental friendly pressure washing and roof cleaning service in your area

Montgomery, Alabama &  Area Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning Service Company
Abbeville, Alabama, Andalusia, Alabama, Atmore, Alabama, Auburn, Alabama, Brewton, Alabama, Camden, Alabama, Daleville, Alabama, Demopolis, Alabama, Dothan, Alabama,
Enterprise, Alabama, Eufaula, Alabama,  Evergreen, Alabama, Greenville, Alabama, Grove Hill, Alabama, Hope Hull, Alabama, Jackson, Alabama, Livingston , Alabama, Luverne,
Alabama, Millbrook, Alabama, Monroeville, Alabama, Montgomery, Alabama,  Opelika, Alabama, Opp, Alabama, Ozark, Alabama, Phenix City, Alabama, Prattville, Alabama, Selma,
Alabama, Shorter, Alabama, Thomasville, Alabama, Troy, A\labama, Wetumpka, Alabama, York, Alabama

Huntsville Alabama & Area  Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning service company
Albertville, Alabama, Arab, Alabama, Athens, Alabama, Boaz, Alabama, Collinsville, Alabama, Decatur, Alabama, Florence, Alabama, Fort Payne, Alabama, Gadsden, Alabama,
Guntersville, Alabama, Hartselle, Alabama,  Harvest, Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, Madison, Alabama, Moulton, Alabama, Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Owens Crossroads, Alabama,
Priceville, Alabama, Rainsville, Alabama, Russellville, Alabama, Scottsboro, Alabama, Sheffield, Alabama, Stevenson, Alabama, Tuscumbia, ALlabama

Mobile Alabama & the Gulf Coast Area Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning service company
Bay Minette  Alabama, Bayou La Batre Alabama, Chickasaw Alabama, Daphne Alabama, Dauphin Island Alabama, Robertsdale Alabama, Elberta Alabama, Fairhope Alabama, Foley
Alabama, Fort Morgan Alabama, Gulf Shores Alabama, Lillian Alabama, Loxley Alabama, Magnolia Springs, Alabama, Mobile, Alabama, North Mobile, Alabama, Orange Beach, Alabama,
Point Clear, Alabama, Prichard, Alabama, Saraland, Alabama, Satsuma, Alabama,  Spanish Fort, Alabama, Theodore Alabama

Birmingham Alabama & Area  Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning service company
Alexander City, Alabama, Aliceville, Alabama, Anniston, Alabama, Ashville, Alabama, Attalla, Alabama, Bessemer, Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama, Brent, Alabama, Calera, Alabama,
Childersburg, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama,  Cottondale, Alabama, Cullman, Alabama, Eutaw, Alabama, Fairfield, Alabama, Fayette, Alabama, Fultondale, Alabama, Gardendale,
Alabama,  Glencoe, Alabama, Haleyville, Alabama, Hamilton, Alabama, Hanceville, Alabama,  Heflin, Alabama, Homewood, Alabama, Hoover, Alabama, Irondale, Alabama, Jacksonville,
Alabama, Jasper, Alabama, Lanett, Alabama, Leeds, Alabama, Lincoln, Alabama, Moody, Alabama, Northport, Alabama, Oneonta, Alabama,  Oxford, Alabama, Pelham, Alabama, Pell
City, Alabama, Riverside, Alabama, Roanoke, Alabama, Sylacauga, Alabama, Talladega, Alabama, Trussville, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Valley, Alabama,
Vance, Alabama

Atlanta Georgia & Area Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning service company
Acworth, Georgia, Alpharetta Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, Austell, Georgia, Belvedere, Georgia, Braselton, Georgia, Brookhaven, Georgia, Buckhead, Georgia, Chamblee Georgia,
Clarkston, Georgia, College Park, Gerorgia, Conyers, Georgia, Covington, Georgia, Dallas, Georgia, Decatur Georgia, Doraville Georgia, Druid Hills Georgia, Duluth, Georgia, Dunwoody
Georgia, East Point, Georgia, Fair Oaks, Georgia, Fairburn, Georgia, Fayetteville, Georgia, Forest Park, Georgia, Gresham Park Georgia, Hampton, Georgia, Hapeville Georgia, Hiram,
Georgia, Jonesboro, Georgia, Kennesaw Georgia , Lake Lanier Islands, Georgia, Lawrenceville, Georgia, Lilburn Georgia, Lithia Springs, Georgia, Lithonia, Georgia, Loganville, Georgia,
Mableton, Georgia, Marietta Georgia, McDonough, Georgia, Morrow, Georgia, Norcross Georgia, North Decatur Georgia, Palmetto, Georgia,  Panthersville, Georgia, Peachtree City,
Georgia, Powder Springs, Georgia, Riverdale, Georgia, Roswell, Georgia, Sandy Springs, Georgia, Scottdale, Georgia, Smyrna Georgia, Snellville, Georgia, Stockbridge, Georgia, Stone
Mountain Georgia, Suwanee, Georgia, Tucker, Georgia, Union City, Georgia, Villa Rica, Georgia, Woodstock, Georgia

Pensacola Bay Florida Area Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning service company
Baker Florida, Crestview Florida, DeFuniak Springs Florida , Destin Florida, Fort Walton Beach Florida, Freeport Florida, Gulf Breeze Florida, Holt Florida, Milton Florida, Mossy Head
Florida, Navarre Beach Florida, Navarre Florida, Niceville Florida, Pace Florida, Pensacola Florida, Pensacola Beach Florida, Perdido Key Florida, Ponce de Leon Florida, Redbay Florida,
Sandestin Florida, Santa Rosa Beach Florida, Seagrove Beach Florida, Valparaiso Florida

Panama City Florida area pressure washing and Roof cleaning service company
Callaway, Florida, Lynn Haven, Florida, Mexico Beach Florida, Panama City Florida, Panama City Beach Florida, Parker Florida, Springfield Florida,
Laguna Beach Florida, Lower Grand Lagoon Florida, Pretty Bayou Florida, Tyndall Air Force Base Florida, Upper Grand Lagoon Florida,
Bayou George Florida, Cedar Grove Florida, Fountain Florida, Hiland Park Florida, Millville Florida, Santa Monica Florida, Southport Florida, Sunnyside Florida, Vicksburg Florida,
Youngstown Florida

Tallahassee Florida area pressure washing and roof cleaning service company
Tallahassee Florida,  Port St Joe Florida, Apalachicola Florida, Eastpoint Florida, Carrabelle Florida, Blountstown Florida, Crawfordville Florida, St Marks Florida, Panacea Florida,
Woodville Florida, Sumatra Florida, Bon Aim Florida
The clean water act “is the principle law governing pollution control and water quality of
the U.S. waterways.” The objective of the act is to restore and maintain the chemical,
physical and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters. Section 301 of the Clean Water
Act (CWA) prohibits a point source discharge of pollutants into waters of the United
States without an NPDES permit. To legally discharge wash water, a pressure wash
operator must obtain an NPDES permit for each discharge location.  Due to the fact
that many pressure washer operators are mobile, it is not realistic to pre-determine
discharge locations and obtain permits for each location.  Additionally, most NPDES
permitted process water discharges require treatment and analysis of the discharge,
which may not be practical for many pressure washers.

The most common method of compliance with the CWA is to prevent process
wastewater discharges to waters of the United States.  If your discharge does not
reach waters of the United States, then there are no requirements under the CWA.  
Examples of compliance without a discharge are vacuuming up the process
wastewater or berming the process water and allowing it to evaporate.  An additional
method of compliance is to discharge the water to an NPDES permitted sanitary
sewer system (the municipality may have additional pretreatment requirements before
accepting your discharge).  The most common form of non-compliance is to discharge
the process water into a storm sewer system or into a city street that drains to a storm
water inlet.  Most storm drainage systems in Region 6 discharge directly to waters of
the United States without treatment, which means anything that discharges into a storm
drain is the same as putting it directly into the water body receiving the storm drain
discharge.

What does this mean to you as a property manager or owner?You are responsible for
the actions and reclaiming procedures of your mobile pressure washing contractor.
March, 2004, the clean Water Act administration raised the penalty for class 1
penalties to over $30,000 and class 2 penalties to over $150,000. Violations to the
CWA can cost up to $11,000 a day for each day of illegal operation. Use caution when
hiring a mobile pressure washing contractor, and make sure they comply with EPA
standards.
Mobile Truck Washing and the EPA

This industry is increasingly becoming more and more environmentally conscience. If
you own a fleet washing company chances are you know what reclamation is. BMP’s
(Best Management Practices) often include the reclamation of all waste water used in
the mobile truck washing process. The methods for reclamation can be as simple as
you make them. With that being said they can also be as difficult and expensive as you
make them. Visit the Fleet Washing Academy to learn more on the processes and
procedures.

What does this mean for the small fleet washing outfits? It’s simple get compliant or
risk everything. Make a sincere effort if nothing else to show the EPA in those bad
situations that you are at least attempting to become compliant. You can become
compliant with a small investment and some set up time before each job. Fleet owners
and managers are becoming more and more aware of the EPA standards and
requiring that their fleet wash contractor reclaim all waste water. This means if you do
not become compliant large fleets will not even consider your company for the contract.
This is a wave of regulations moving across the entire pressure washing industry.

Call us today for a free estimate and/or a
demonstration of our services! 251-222-3011
The diagram above shows how our equipment will process wastewater while cleaning on your property
then reuse it for to protect the environment as well as lower the water use at you home or business.
Keeping it green for the environment!
Below is an example of how
our vacuum reclaim surface
cleaners work
HOW IT WORKS!
Daphne, Fairhope, Spanish Fort, Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Mobile Alabama and Western Florida
How good is Prokleen? Well we are our areas chosen vendor
to maintain and clean the buildings for the Environmental
Protection Agency! Thats Awesome!
We have to be proactive and protect our natural
resources. peace of mind to know we will do the right
thing, even when no one is looking!
Russ Spence
251-222-3011
Free Estimates
Sales and Service
Stacie Spence
251-222-3046
Business Manager
Scheduling