Washing our hands is an all too common process. One we do so often we forget about the process. Have you ever stopped to think about the waste within this process. Maybe you start the water and wet your hand then reach for the soap. Because the soap may be centrally located for a couple of sinks to share you let the water run. While you get soap you are wasting water. Then when your hand are clean you probably have to walk across the bathroom to dry your hands. If you are lucky there is an energy efficient hand dryer instead of paper towels. This process causes you to waste materials, has excess processing, and more transportation that necessary.
So what do you get when you combine this
and with this
Well, you get a Lean sink that combines all these steps into one unit.
Here is a video demonstrating this great invention.
and if you like this you will like Paul Akers find from Japan.
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