In its latest publicity stunt, Just Wash drove a parade of dirty cars through the streets of Beirut.
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BEIRUT: A Lebanese company has added a new item to the country's range of delivery options: a car-cleaning service that is also good for the environment.Just Wash is a delivery car wash business that conserves water by using non-toxic, biodegradable chemicals instead of water hoses. Car washes often use 150-300 liters of water, and the task of cleaning Lebanon's 1.5 million registered cars uses over 200 million liters of water per month, according to statistics gathered by Just Wash.By comparison, Just Wash uses around 250 ml of water per car and has calculated its total water conservation since September at around 2.4 million liters. Service subscribers can also set a time and place for regular washes once or twice a week.
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