Customers Care about Eco-Friendliness!
In a recent survey, we found that about half of the consumer participants agreed that a restaurant’s efforts to be an environmentally friendly will factor into where they choose to dine1. Additionally, 53% of participants shared that they are willing to pay more for products and services from companies committed to making a positive social and environmental impact.2 Implementing a recycling, composting, or sustainable sourcing program can aid in reducing a restaurant’s environmental footprint.
Waste up to 3 gallons of water per pound, every time an item is washed.4
Require harsh chemicals and bleaches that may find their way into the environment.
Lead to greenhouse emissions from transportation, washing, and drying.
What is your foodservice establishment doing to limit its environmental impact?
Recycling, composting, and sustainable sourcing programs in foodservice can all benefit in reducing a restaurant’s environmental impact. You may also think that the use of reusable laundered towels rather than disposables is beneficial to the environment, but not necessarily.
There’s a Greener Alternative
You may believe that the use of reusable laundered towels, rather than disposables, is more beneficial to the environment, but that is not necessarily the case. Sani Professional® Dry Foodservice Towels offer a compostable eco-friendly alternative to linen rags & day towels. These super-absorbent towels are durable, reusable up to 8 hours, and BPI Certified 100% compostable. Rinse out and reuse one sheet throughout the day. You will save time and money while helping to protect the environment.
100% Compostable in industrial facilities.
Lasts a full 8-hour shift.
Absorbs 8x its weight in spills.
Sani Professional® Dry Foodservice Towels
- BPI Certified 100% compostable in industrial facilities
- Durable enough to last a full 8-hour shift
- Less wasteful than one-size-fits-all day towels. Control-the-Roll™ perforations allow you to choose the right size towel for the job
- 25% more absorbent than other foodservice towels—absorb 8X their weight in spills*