Pressure washing generally refers to the practice of using water sprayed through a nozzle at high pressure to clean or strip material from various surfaces. This technique typically produces contaminated wastewater that can flow into a nearby waterway without proper intervention. This course describes pressure washing best practices and steps to take to avoid polluting open water.
- Define pressure washing
- Describe the equipment used for pressure washing
- Describe some of the hazards present during pressure washing
- Describe the primary environmental hazard posed by pressure washing
- List some best management practices to mitigate the environmental impact of pressure washing
- List some of the techniques used to increase the efficiency of pressure washing
- Describe some methods of wash water collection
- Describe some methods of wastewater disposal
26 Minutes (16 min. video + 10 min. test)
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