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Department of Defense

High Effiency Hand Dryers

High Efficiency hand dryers should be required by all federal agencies in order to save significant amounts of money on janitorial services contracts as well as maintain compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act. The use of automatic hand dryers can significantly reduce the amount of paper towels used in public restrooms, which can lead to significant reductions in operating cost, waste, and the overall impact... more »

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Department of Defense

Hand dryers and water sensors

High intensity hand dryers (example Dyson) to be added to all restroom facilities these units can dry your hands more efficiently and effectively than the older style noisy inafective dryers. I would add sensor driven faucets to conserve water consumption as well. This would clearly reduce the cost of in janitorial expenses, paper waste and water consumption.

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Department of Housing and Urban Development

High intensity hand dryers and sensor faucet systems

My comment is to have the high intensity hand dryers to be added to all restroom facilities which can dry your hands more efficiently and effectively than regular (lower speed) dryers. I would add sensors to enable the detection for the persons wet hands and sensor driven faucets to conserve water consumption. This can clearly reduce the cost of these utilities and decrease the number of minutes lost to the restroom!

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Department of Health and Human Services

Replace paper towels with electronic hand dryers

Replace paper towels in office building bathrooms with electronic hand dryers. This will save daily restocking, remove paper waste from trash and from the areas in the bathroom (floors, counters), and reduce the budget for cleaning staff and paper products. Further, it is likely to increase hygienic practices among staff.

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