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“It is very expensive, but people are still spending on this part of their lives,” says Maxwell Cooper. “But the guest count has dropped. They want to create a one-of-a-kind experience. Something that stands out as an amazing event on social — that’s where they want to put their money.”

Water savings projections require frequency of use estimates, and this is difficult data to obtain unless the business owner/operator regularly records accurate “coin counts”.   These machines are often owned and maintained by contracted vendors known as ‘route operators’, where the laundromat owner receives a portion of the machines’ gross revenues.    It is often difficult to obtain accurate “coin counts” from small businesses that operate on a cash basis.   Often the projected water savings have to be based on industry estimates of 6 loads per machine per day.  A simple savings projection might be as follows:

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