Public restroom users are clear about the importance of a clean restroom.
Stop flushing money down the drain, and start saving in one of the most important rooms of your facility: the restroom. Restrooms can say a lot about your company. The cleanliness, design, and size can all produce an impression that customers and employees come to associate with your facility. So, too, can the type of […]
The results of the 2017 Bradley Healthy Handwashing Survey provide business owners important feedback about the importance of the restroom. For instance, 92% of Americans cited a direct connection between the quality of a business’ restrooms and the quality of the business itself. The news is even more clear for restaurants. A whopping 88% believe […]
Office buildings offer a great opportunity to prioritize water efficient measures. One of the primary benefits of a water efficient strategy to a business is the financial savings. Over the past 10 years, the costs of water and wastewater services have risen at a rate well above the consumer price index, and office building managers […]
The average restaurant uses 6,000 gallons of water per day. Increasing the water efficiency of the operation saves money, reduces the burden on the municipal water supply, and eases the impact on wastewater systems. A water-efficient restaurant is one that uses at least 20% less water than the calculated baseline for the building before […]
It’s widely suggested that handwashing is a practical “do it yourself” vaccine that helps protect against illnesses of all shapes and sizes. So how can commercial facilities encourage employees to be clean while also saving green? In short, the wash fountain. But first: Commercial restrooms are responsible for approximately 40% of the building’s […]
Your building’s restroom could be saving you money instead of flushing it down the toilet. Water is quickly becoming a threatened resource, and as a result, the cost continues to rise. If you are not metering your facility’s water use, you may not be aware of exactly how much water, and money, is going down […]