Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
On Monday, February 4, 2013, National Public Radio's All Things Considered produced and aired a piece that featured George Campbell, President of NetDryers, as an industry thought leader on the U.S. hand dryer market and industry. George's participation in the piece began a couple of weeks ago, when the folks at NPR’s All Things Considered noticed that more and more high speed hand dryers were appearing in bathrooms and thought it would make an interesting piece for the show. The story ended up featuring Excel Dryer’s Dennis Gagnon and the development of the Xlerator hand dryer, which was one of the first high speed hand dryers. The producer of the piece, Andrea Hsu, reached out to NetDryers seeking more information and thought leadership on industry and market trends, and she set up a time for George to interview with Robert Siegel, one of the show’s hosts.
"I headed down to the office of Chicago’s NPR affiliate, WBEZ, and spend a very interesting hour with Robert, discussing how the introduction of high speed hand dryers, including the Xlerator, have changed the landscape of American public bathrooms, but also why they have not reached their market potential," says George. "We were also able to make the case that, in the future, we expect that more and more bathrooms will feature hand dryers, often as an option to paper. New technology hand dryers are a huge opportunity for facilities to reduce both costs and carbon footprint by reducing the need for paper towels and the labor that goes with them."
You can read or listen to the piece here.
NetDryers is an eCommerce company that helps organizations reduce their cost and waste streams by incorporating hand dryers. NetDryers carries most of the major hand dryer brands and features best sellers like the XleratorTM (from Excel Dryers), SMARTdriTM and SLIMdriTM (from World Dryer), the Dyson AirbladeTM, the ExtremeAirTM series (from American Dryer), the Tri-UmphTM (from ASI), and the iStormTM (from Palmer Fixture).