We suspect that the creation of our laundry water recycling system will come as a great relief to commercial laundry operators, in light of the federal budget outlook for 2012. Many commercial and industrial laundries are already facing increases in surcharge and per-gallon costs, and with federal funding to municipalities gradually drying up (pardon the pun) in recent years, it’s no secret that the situation will not improve anytime soon. Add to that the Obama administration’s request for all non-defense agencies to tighten their purse strings, and there has never been a better time to look for a viable laundry water recycling technology.
AWPI’s system captures used laundry water, sanitizes it with a patented, .01 micron ceramic filter system, then returns clear, fresh-smelling water to the front end of the process. It even conserves energy and allows beneficial water additives to pass through.
Our system is being designed in partnership with a large commercial laundry in Georgia, and the financial projections look very good. Many facilities will save so much money that they’ll be able to recover installation costs in the first few months of operation.
And, of course, it’s always good to be green, while you save money. Our system produces no harmful chemicals, and anything you can do to conserve water while reducing pollution is good for public relations.
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