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a clear voice

A clear voice for the industry is the most important pillar of the PWNA. With the stroke of a pen a law can be passed that puts a power washing contractor out of business. A lawmaker, without the knowledge and understanding of the importance of the contract cleaner, can make an uneducated decision that can put you out of business. The PWNA represents every power washer business and communicates to the world that Power Washing is a vital part of the community. Through education, best practices and industry leaders, the PWNA represents a clear, unified voice to speak professionally and intelligently to the importance of power washing. Every business of every size, from 1 to 10,000, needs to be one of the many voices of the PWNA. The more members we have, the stronger and clearer our voice becomes. The stronger and clearer our voice is, the more protected and secure our businesses are. Join today and become a part of that voice and protect the investment of time and money that you have put into your business.

New Pressure Washing Regulations

Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency is increasing its enforcement of pressure washing practices? With the increased enforcement, the PWNA is taking measures to ensure the industry is provided with the latest news and information on the regulations that govern the pressure washing industry.

EPA guidance update

The following information is at http://yosemite.epa.gov/R10/WATER.NSF/0/8acf5918641f087b88256ce00074ca17?OpenDocument .

April 2004: EPA Guidance on the Ninth Circuit Court Decision for MS4s [PDF Format] - This memo provides interim guidance on implementing the Stormwater Phase II program for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) in light of the decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Environmental Defense Center, et. al. v. EPA, September 15, 2003). The guidance covers several issues related to the implementation of the MS4 program, including public availability of NOIs, opportunities for public hearings, and review of NOIs by permitting authorities.

Houston did not give the industry a chance to comment on their BMPs before implementation.

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