Save environment and budgets
07 March 2013
Airdri can help businesses to reduce their impact on the environment, while benefiting from significant financial savings as its new high speed hand dryer, The Classic+ MkII, qualifies for the Government's Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme, managed by the Carbon Trust.
The ECA scheme encourages businesses to invest in energy saving technologies by rewarding them with an accelerated tax break against the purchase of verified products listed on its Energy Technology Product List.
"Airdri is delighted that our new high speed hand dryer has been verified as energy efficient, and qualifies for tax relief," comments Trudi Osborne, marketing communications manager. "This demonstrates our commitment to developing ecologicallysound warm air hand dryers." To be eligible for the list, products must use less than 6.9 kWh of electricity per 1,000 average drying cycles in their normal mode of operation.