Nissan India Conserves 6.1 Million Litres of Water With Car Foam Wash
Nissan in India has conserved 6.1 million litres of water over the past three years by using an innovative car wash technique, that's equivalent to consumption of 25,000 households.
Nissan Sunny undergoing innovative foam wash technique to save water. (Image: Nissan)
Nissan in India has conserved 6.1 million litres of water over the past three years by using an innovative car wash technique. The substantial water savings were achieved thanks to Nissan’s advanced Foam Wash technique to clean cars at its service centres across India.
Car washes at service centres are a major component of after sales and servicing of customers’ vehicles which require a large amount of water. Traditional car washes generally require around 160 litres of water to clean one car. The Foam Wash technique, introduced in 2014 at Nissan service centres, uses only 90-litres of water per car which reduces water consumption by 45 percent. The amount of water saved by the company is equivalent to the water consumption of around 25,000 households in India for one day.
Commenting on this eco-friendly achievement, Sanjeev Aggarwal, VP- After Sales, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Nissan always aims to deliver innovative and best-in-class sales and after sales service to its customers. Using the foam wash technique for our customers’ cars saves their time and a significant amount of water. That’s a winning combination for both Nissan and Datsun customers and for the environment.”
This is a good example set by Nissan to help conserve water in a country which is facing a scarcity of water in many areas.
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