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Carnegie Mellon Pilots Web-based Laundry System

November 15, 2005

Students at Pittsburgh, PA-based Carnegie Mellon University may soon be able to take advantage of eSuds, a web-based laundry system. ESuds, developed by USA Technol-ogies Inc., allows students to use the internet to check whether any machines in a specific laundry room are available and how much time is remaining on each machine’s load. A pilot will run through May 15. If all goes well, the system will be installed campus-wide in August.
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