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Paper Towel Presentation

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Lauren Brumbaugh

on 19 February 2013

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Root of the Problem What can we do? A Better World Consumption -Shake your hands off
-Fold the paper towel before use
-Stay informed
-Use recycled paper towels
-Compost unbleached, chlorine free paper towels
-Use less Paper Towels Environmentally friendly, Sustainable lifestyle Saving our Planet One Sheet at a Time Lauren Brumbaugh
Jarrett Kunze
Stephanie Polak Waste 13 Billion pounds of paper towels are used in the United States every year

90% of American households use paper towels for cleaning every day

Realization that major portion of our trash was paper towels 4,000 Wh of energy

7,000 gal of water

60 lbs of pollutants Recycled Paper Towels Save... 40% of landfills are made up of paper products If all Americans used one less paper towel a day, 571,230,000 pounds of paper would be spared over the course of the year.

That's 47,602.5 male elephants worth of paper! Why our solution works for our audience:
Simple concept
Easy to implement
Doesn’t cost money
Doesn’t require any additional resources
Why our design choice works:
Colors are complementary & visually appealing
The accent colors help guide the focus
Icons visually illustrate the simple change in task
Shows the large difference a small change can make Target Audience Students, faculty, & staff on campus Who are the Customers? Who are the Users? Our Poster in Action
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