Our Environmental Water Commitment


Environmentally safe
VACUUM POWER Washing

Clean Up America of California (CUACA) will premiere in the Southwest with its highly effective and efficient BRUSHLESS high volume hard surface pressure washing company, and we do all of this while saving water and protecting the environment. CUACA's Swabby 48 systems will save MILLIONS of gallons of water, and protect our environment, harbors, and beaches at the same time.
The Swabby 48 is the alternative to the constant surreptitious washing activity and dumping of contaminated water into our U.S. Waterways and Storm Drain systems that environmentally impacts water supply and water environments. Not only does polluting our U.S. Waterways and Storm Drain systems contaminate our Waterways, water supply, and harm marine life, but also it is against the law, specifically the federal CLEAN WATER ACT.


Both pressure washing companies and property owner who contract their services can be heavily fined under the CLEAN WATER ACT. Violations can incur fines of up to $10,000 per incident.

TOTAL Confidence


With the fact that CUACA's water reuse system keeps us on job-sites longer without having to refuel, replenish clean water tanks, dump contaminated water tanks, or waste fuel and labor cost traveling back and forth to the same job-sites - you will have 100% confidence that we are reclaiming and recycling all of our water because it is not just environmentally safe, but it is ECONOMICALLY beneficial for CUACA.

From the federal CLEAN WATER ACT:

Title 33, United States Code, Section 1312 (a)

"Whenever, in the judgment of the Administrator or as identified under section 1314(l) of this title, discharges of pollutants from a point source or group of point sources, with the application of effluent limitations required under section 1311(b)(2) of this title, would interfere with the attainment or maintenance of that water quality in a specific portion of the navigable waters which shall assure protection of public health, public water supplies, agricultural and industrial uses, and the protection and propagation of a balanced population of shellfish, fish and wildlife, and allow recreational activities in and on the water, effluent limitations (including alternative effluent control strategies) for such point source or sources shall be established which can reasonably be expected to contribute to the attainment or maintenance of such water quality."

Title 33, United States Code, Section 1319 (g) (2) (A)

Class I Penalty

"The amount of a class I civil penalty under paragraph (1) may not exceed $10,000 per violation, except that the maximum amount of any class I civil penalty under this subparagraph shall not exceed $25,000."

"The amount of a class I civil penalty under paragraph (1) may not exceed $10,000 per violation, except that the maximum amount of any class I civil penalty under this subparagraph shall not exceed $25,000."

 
 

 
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