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NetDryers Now Offering Restroom/Hand Drying Assessment Reports to Assist Organizations in Reducing Paper Towel Costs
Date:3/26/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 26, 2013

NetDryers (http://www.netdryers.com), an eCommerce business that has been developing thoughtful, scientific, industry-leading content for organizations interested in reducing paper towel costs and the high carbon footprint associated with paper towels, is now offering consultation to organizations to assess their restroom cost and carbon footprint at no charge. The assessment will be mainly for clients interested in making sound and informed decisions about their bathroom design, maintenance costs, and sustainability profiles. The reports, designed by NetDryers President George Campbell, will be prepared subsequent to interviewing the clients about their current restrooms, paper towel usage, labor rates, and overall physical footprint and design of their bathrooms.

The reports will include:

1) A survey of the client’s current bathroom footprint (number of restrooms, buildings, etc.) and hand drying options.

2) Estimated (or actual) spending on paper towels and the labor associated with keeping paper and maintaining them.

3) Current Carbon Footprint associated with the current state.

4) Recommendations to improve the overall cost and carbon state – possibly including product recommendations.

5) A financial report assessing the overall savings, investment, and Return on Investment associated with the recommendations.

Clients are under no obligation to purchase any products or follow the recommendations of these reports, which will will be free of charge to the client. The powerpoint report is meant to help guide the clients thoughts about their bathrooms and the alternatives that are available as well as assist facilities professionals in demonstrating the sound financial sense of their decisions.

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