Recycled Water to Clean Trains

By recycling the water after the train is cleaned, 60% less water is used. (Photo Credit Newhamrecorder.co.uk)

By recycling the water after the train is cleaned, 60% less water is used. (Photo Credit Newhamrecorder.co.uk)

In London, a commuter rail line has converted to use recycled water to clean trains.  In an effort to combine cost reduction and water stewardship, the process uses 60% less water.

The water used to clean each train is collected, filtered and returned to the pumps to wash the next rail car.

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