Paperless paper towel patent awarded to paperless technology firm
A paperless device could eventually replace all the towels and paper towels on the market.
This week, a patent filing from a company called Paperless Technology Co., Inc. describes a paperless toilet paper towel that’s more efficient than traditional paper towels.
Paperless technology has been around for a while.
The technology was invented by a man named David R. Dominguez who used a special method of cutting paper with an ax.
He patented the technology in 1982.
In addition to the paper towel, Domingquez developed a paper-less paper dispenser in 1989.
In 2010, Dombas paperless dispenser made $500,000 in sales.
It was a success, but the inventor lost his job.
He then began thinking about the future.
“I thought maybe there is an opportunity to take this idea and make it a more efficient way to do it,” he said.
That’s when he came up with the idea of a paper towel dispenser.
The paper towel paper dispensers could be printed onto a towel and then cut.
This paper towel is then used to clean the towel, instead of using a vacuum cleaner.
Domba is working on the technology and is hoping to market it to manufacturers and retailers.
The company says the paperless method has been used to save paper towels in restaurants and stores for over a decade.
This technology has made it possible to save a lot of paper towels and it has saved a lot more lives.
It’s an exciting time for paper towels because the paper industry is being disrupted by digital technology and we’ve never had a more dynamic industry,” said Domingez.
Domes paperless disposable paper towel technology has proven to be very efficient.
It has cut down on the amount of paper waste in a factory.
According to the company, paperless towel production has tripled in the last three years, from 8 million pounds of paper in 2002 to 15 million pounds in 2016.
The disposable paper towels are also reusable.
In 2016, Domes company made a million paper towels a day and the company expects that number to double every year.
Doms paperless towels make for a clean and efficient way of disposing of paper.
Doma is also working on other products that could make a huge difference in the lives of people.
The new paper towels could be used in places like hospitals and schools.
It also could be recycled.
“If you have an older model that’s been around forever, and you have the ability to just switch to a paper model that can come down in cost, that’s going to save money,” said Andrew Lefkowitz, president of Dome. “
Our technology is really focused on how can we make it an affordable alternative to paper towels,” said the inventor.
“If you have an older model that’s been around forever, and you have the ability to just switch to a paper model that can come down in cost, that’s going to save money,” said Andrew Lefkowitz, president of Dome.
“In my opinion, the consumer is going to have to accept that paper towels don’t have to be the only paper we consume in the future,” said Lefkerowitz.
Domenese believes that the paper towels paperless invention is a step toward an era of cleaner, more efficient paper towels as more people go paperless.
The inventor says his paperless technique could make paper towels reusable for the first time.
“The paper towel and paper towel system has been the standard for so long, and we’re now going to move from that to paper towel-less,” he explained.