Whether it is series of store fronts, multi-living facilities or parking garages, Aqua Environmental Power Washing can handle it all. 

Each truck is armed with over 500 gallons of water, an on-board generator and a booster pump capable of washing a four-story building without the need for ladders.

What does that mean for you?

You can get back to work and leave the clean to us. 


Site Plan

Before any power washing even begins, our teams will identify any known or visible hazards.  Our crews will do a physical inspection of the property identifying:

  • Storm drain entry points

  • Possible sanitary sewer drains

  • Local landscape conditions

  • Water collection points

  • Water flow characteristics



Once our power washing begins, the dirty wash water must be contained. Our team uses several tools for this process including:

  • Sand bags

  • Oil absorbents

  • Filters

  • Sand berms

  • Water bags

  • Drain covers

  • Rubber and polyurethane mats



Our team has highly specialized gas powered vacuums and water pumps to recover our waste wash water. Some of our vacuums are highly customized “auto discharge vacuums” while others have special filtration systems on them designed to filter many of the unwanted oils, particulates, and sediment that is recovered.

Depending on the specific job conditions, we may collect the water immediately for re-use or collect for removal from the job site.



Aqua Environmental has some of the most advanced recycling equipment that is available for mobile power wash contractors. Our waste water recycling tools can actually clean our dirty wash water to a level where it is clean enough to even reuse in washing process.

  • Closed Loop system where we reuse the water for future cleaning activities

  • Treat the water by flocculation for removal of oils, toxic materials, and suspended and dissolved solids

  • Discharge back onto local landscape after initial filtration

  • Discharge to a sanitary sewer drain after removing oils and suspended solids

  • Discharge to an onsite clarifier if the clarifier is designed to properly handle the waste

  • Safely drum and haul the water away for further processing