Eco-Friendly & CA Compliant Processes

Our Process

Step 1: Site Plan

Before any power washing even begins, our teams will identify any known or visible hazards. Our crews will do a physical inspection of the property identifying

Step 2: Containment

Once our power washing begins, the dirty wash water must be contained. Our team uses several tools for this process including:

Step 3: Collection

Our team has highly specialized gas powered vacuums and water pumps to recover our dirty wash water. Some of our vacuums are highly customized “auto discharge vacuums” while others have special filtration systems on them designed to filter many of the unwanted oils, particulates, and sediment that is recovered.
Depending on the specific job conditions, we may collect the water immediately after it is power washed at the source while on other projects it may make more sense to funnel the water to a low point were we cover the drains and set up a collection point.

Step 4: Disposal / Recycling

KC Power Clean has some of the most advanced recycling equipment that is available for mobile power wash contractors. Our waste water recycling tools can actually clean our dirty wash water to a level where it is clean enough to even reuse in washing process.
Our water recovery and recycling systems allow us to either
Which method we utilize will be strategically selected based on the amount of waste water that our power washing generates and the toxicity of the water.

Our Videos:

We Handle Spill Response

The same care we put into water reclamation and recycling, we put into responding to spills. Help us help you mitigate damage and contamination.
Why Choose Us

What's Unique About Us?

Why Choose Us

What's Unique About Us?


Reviews From Our Customers


Reviews From Our Customers

From Filthy To Flawless

Whether you're looking for a simple rinse or complete deep cleaning experience, KC Power Clean is equipped and ready to serve. Estimates are Always Fast & Free. Get Started Today!

Protecting our Plant

Dangers of Ignoring Service

Not only does KC Power Clean Inc have several power washing rigs that are capable of amazing cleaning results but we are environmentally compliant with the Clean Water Act of 1972. This law forbids hazardous wash-water discharge into the Storm Drains (MS4). These drains lead to our local waterways (ie rivers, lakes, oceans etc). If violators of the Clean Water Act are caught, they are punishable by fines up to $10,000. What’s worse is that even the property owner who hired the company may also be liable for punishments or fines up to an equal amount. To protect our customers and ourselves from this potential occurrence, we utilize best management practices (BMP’s). Our power wash rigs are equipped with vacuums capable of collecting and recycling the dirty wash-water. We can even recycle the vacuumed water by passing it through an industrial filtration system so that we can reuse the water in our wash techniques. This is known as a “closed-loop, zero discharge system”.
Furthermore, for your protection, we can even document the environmentally compliant power wash methods utilized on your project on what we refer to as a “Pollution Prevention Voucher“. This voucher acts as our written promise that we will be compliant with the Clean Water Act and gives you the assurance of a project done safely.
Our water recycling equipment is from top manufacturers such as Hydrotek and Water Treatment Technologies. These powerful vacuums have the capability of pumping out the reclaimed water and cleaning the water free of it’s harmful contaminants so that it may be appropriately discharged.
KC Power Clean Inc works with the best suppliers of environmentally compliant tools and products. One of our oil absorbents that we utilize is call HTP. This product is revolutionary in the ways which it encapsulates oil and turns it into a dry waste. It has been approved by the EPA (see approval letter). Check out a link from our supplier site to see how the HTP absorbs oil better than other products.

Get Ready For Amazing Results

Our Service Areas

What to Expect

Working With Us Is Easy as 123

Step 1


We LISTEN & learn about your project needs via a quick phone call, often receiving pictures or videos to help aid in the discussion. We may set up a jobwalk to inspect the property in person where necessary

Step 2


We always strive to demonstrate a "proof of concept" either via explaining the process or sending you pictures & video demonstration. We can even arrange a sample demonstration if the job is complex

Step 3


We'll send you a written estimate so easy to understand that a 6th grader gets it. Get excited about your new project and rest easy knowing experts are doing the job.


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