LOS ANGELES, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Green Earth Waterless Carwash, the only Los Angeles based provider of green, non-toxic, totally waterless car washing products and auto detailing services, today announced an agreement with Childrens Hospital Los Angeles to wash 60 cars per month as part of the hospital's employee appreciation program. An amount equal to ten percent of the proceeds is donated to the hospital.
"We originally signed on for 50 carwashes a month, but they've been so popular that we increased it to 60," said Miguel Gonzales, the hospital's manager of Security and Parking. "The hospital is committed to the reduction of toxins and unnecessary waste. The carwashes are another step in our mission and we hope they will encourage our employees to be greener in their own lives."
Green Earth Waterless Carwash sends a crew each Friday to wash the cars. "We're so happy to be a part of Childrens Hospital's green initiative and to be able to help them lead by example," said Lisa Peri, co-founder of Green Earth Carwash. "Not only are our carwashes environmentally responsible, the shine lasts longer than a traditional wash so people never want to go back."
The carwashes are assigned by lottery throughout the hospital's parking lots to show gratitude to the hospital employees who park a distance away and take a shuttle to the facility. As the program grows, employees will be able to sign up and pay for carwashes. Green Earth Waterless Carwash will also be available to wash cars in the visitor parking lot.
About Green Earth Waterless Carwash
Green Earth Waterless Carwash is an organic, environmentally friendly
product that cleans, polishes and protects all types of car without the use
of harmful chemicals. Using organic soaps, surfactants and other high
quality ingredients, Green Earth Waterless Carwash can save between 40 and
120 gallons of water per wash. With just a few ounces of the product and a
microfiber cloth, dirt is diss
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