Amid California’s historic drought, The Peninsula Beverly Hills is proud to partner with ENVi to offer an environmentally sustainable, waterless car wash and detailing service. The socially responsible company is also committed to empowering the hearing-impaired community in Los Angeles and hopes to create 10,000 new meaningful employment opportunities for deaf Americans.
“A traditional car wash uses 47 gallons of water and contributes to water pollution in the environment,” explains ENVi CEO Chad Zani. “Our wash requires only 8 ounces of our locally produced, biodegradable cleaner. In one hour, your car is cleaned, waxed and coated with a special UV protectant that leaves a brilliant shine and longer lasting clean that a traditional wash.”
“At The Peninsula Beverly Hills, our priority is to deliver the highest standard of luxury in a sustainable and responsible way,” adds Managing Director Offer Nissenbaum. “Our partnership with ENVi is a seamless extension of our commitment to taking proactive measures to aid our water-stressed environment.”
Waterless carwash services will be available every day at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. Prices start at $45 and a portion of every car detail sale is donated to Water.org, a non-profit organization, founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, dedicated to creating water equality worldwide.