Save 221 G
According to USA Energy Information Administration On average, a medium size school (500 children) use 138,030 Gallons a year for hand wash. Unfortunately according to CDC less than 40% of students are washing hands properly.
Which means that with Soapy's technology installed, schools can make sure that every student will wash hands properly reducing their absence from schools and save a minimum of 80 percent and a maximum of 95 percent of water consumed. For an average school that has 500 students that mean a potential saving of at least 110,423 – 131,128 Gallons every year.
Save 1,104 G of soap a year
Furthermore, in an average, a medium school with 500 students Soapy's technology, that save between 40% - 60% of soap reagent, will save between 1,104 Gallons - 1,311 Gallons of soap a year. And ensuring that student will wash hands with soap
Return $3000 a month
In addition to the increase in sustainability, schools will see a decrease in energy costs because of the significant amount of energy used to heat water.
Of course, utility costs vary greatly around the globe, but if we look at a business case made by the EPA, United States, we can estimate a saving of $1,090 per year. Furthermore, the average cost of soap is $35 per Gallon. Which means a potential savings of $38,640 annually. That means a payback time of 11 month