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Energy-Efficient Hand Dryers Installed in Honor of Green Apple Day

Excel Dryer, Inc., manufacturer of the XLERATOR® and new XLERATOReco® hand dryers, today announced several installations of high-speed, energy-efficient Green Apple XLERATOR® hand dryers on behalf of the third annual Green Apple Day of Service.
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Excel Dryer, Inc., manufacturer of the XLERATOR® and new XLERATOReco® hand dryers, today announced several installations of high-speed, energy-efficient Green Apple XLERATOR® hand dryers on behalf of the third annual Green Apple Day of Service. Green Apple is an initiative from the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

Excel Dryer has partnered with Green Apple and created custom covered high-speed, energy-efficient Green Apple XLERATOR hand dryers that are available for any facility to purchase; a portion of all proceeds go back to support the Green Apple program. The Green Apple XLERATOR hand dryer can be co-branded to include school logos, colors, mascots or a custom sustainability message.

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