What are the benefits of washroom paper systems over conventional toilet rolls and hand towels?
Conventional systems such as Jumbo, domestic-style toilet rolls, bulk packs etc, typically lack control in the dispenser.
Many, particularly Jumbos, can give an inconsistent dispensing experience, so they feel heavy and have some tension when the dispenser is full, but they become lightweight and free-flowing as the dispenser empties
This lack of control and inconsistency can lead to a mess of wasted paper on the floor, and excessive usage. It’s also common to see spare packs of tissue left in the washroom for use if the dispenser becomes depleted. These spare packs often end up on the floor, or in some cases become subject to pilfering.
In addition to the problems with conventional toilet roll systems, folded or interleaved hand towels often come out of the dispenser in clumps, or fall out onto the floor. This makes for a messy washroom, and waste bins filling up too quickly with unused tissue.
The cost of all this wasted paper and the hidden cost in time spent tidying the washrooms and emptying the bins far outweighs the cost of system paper products which are typically more expensive per sheet or towel than conventional systems.
In addition to the financial burden of inefficient washroom paper machines, there’s also a massive environmental impact with the wastage of paper. Many modern system manufacturers have very high ethical standards on paper production, with the Ecoflower and the Nordic Swan being key kitemarks to look out for. Using paper tissue which subscribes to these standards is a brilliant reflection of your commitment to developing a sustainable future for all.
So, when calculating the cost of implementing a new washroom paper towel dispenser, don’t just look at price per sheet or price per meter, as that can often give a misleading view of the savings you could make. To understand the savings you could make, call Parc Global on 0113 220 4080.