Nissan India saves 95 million litres of water through car foam wash initiative
New Delhi, April 20 (IBNS): Automobile maker Nissan said on Friday in India has saved 95 million litres of water over the past four years though an innovative cars wash technique called Foam Wash.
Introduced in 2014 at most of the service centres across India, the Foam Wash technique uses only 90 litres of water per car compared to the conventional car wash which consumes 162 litres, thereby reducing water consumption by 44%.
Car washes at service centres are a major component of after sales and servicing of customers’ vehicles that require a large amount of water.
Commenting about the initiative, Sanjeev Aggarwal, Vice President, after sales at Nissan Motor India Pvt. said, “Nissan aims to contribute towards sustainable development of society through our product and services. The Foam Wash initiative is quite popular amongst Nissan and Datsun car owners and allows us to collectively save water, time and contribute towards a sustainable eco-system.”