This Halloween doesn’t need to be a costume nightmare. There are plenty of spooky and fun possibilities using the linens in your home! Read along for some Halloween costume ideas found in your closet or bedroom.
The EPA estimates that in 2015, 16 million tons of textiles were disposed of. That’s 6.1% of all municipal solid waste generated that year. Only 15.3% of that was recycled.
If you have linen lying around that’s too worn out for its once daily uses, don’t let it just sit there waiting for an ecologically detrimental end. You can repurpose your old linen many ways.
Are you a laundry provider looking for new ways to highlight the work you put into your business? Or are you looking for a laundry provider to work with, but are confused as to what some of their certifications mean or if they’re important? Either way, you’ve come to the right place!
If you’re thinking about outsourcing your linens and uniforms, you’re probably weighing the pros and cons. Is it worth it to work with a commercial laundry?
In order to make the best decision, it’s important to dispel some common commercial laundry myths that might have you worried about taking the plunge.
While the classic laundromat has been a common American staple for decades, they are now in recession. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of laundry facilities has declined by nearly 20% since 2005.
Why is this happening and what could it mean for your business?
Let’s discuss why laundromats are disappearing in large numbers and how, as a business owner, you can find alternate ways to ensure clean linens and uniforms for your customers and employees. Read more