States all over the U.S. are “going green” with energy efficient hand dryers.
Texas has stepped up to the plate and cities all over have switched from paper towel to hand dryers to better their business. Cities such as Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Spring, Corpus Christi, Plano, Laredo, Lubbock, Katy, Armarillo, Brownsville, Irving, Mesquite, Pasadena, Waco, Sugar Land, Round Rock, Odessa, Midland, Cypress, San Angelo, Wichita Falls, Richardson, Longview, College Station, Pearland, Frisco, Lewisville, Georgetown, Abilene, Carrollton, Humble, Conroe, Beaumont, Edinburg, Denton, Mckinney, Cedar Park, North Richland Hills, San Marcos, Rockwall, Del Rio, San Benito, Cedar Hill, Texas City, Montgomery, San Juan, Gainesville, Kileen, and Mcallen are making the change.
Energy efficient hand dryers have taken rise in the industry of restroom supplies for businesses and facilities. In comparison to paper towel usage, hand dryers not only help keep your businesses restroom clean and mess free but they also have savings of 95% in cost. The cost of paper is rising regularly while the cost of running a hand dryer can be as low as $0.18 per 1,000 hand dries. The mess is a continuous problem and requires a large amount of extra cleaning time that is not necessary. Not only does your staff have to spend more time on cleaning the restrooms but they also have to spend more money on purchasing more cleaning chemicals and more money on trash bags that need access changing due to paper towel usage. Hand dryers discourage vandalism, save trees and enforce good hygiene.