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Christeyns UK supplies water saving equipment for Eton College

Laundry chemical and engineering specialist Christeyns UK has helped Eton College in Windsor meet its environmental goals with a new water filtering system. Eton college, the prestigious boarding school in Berkshire, has been educating for the future for over 600 ...

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Textile Services Association joins BCC

The Textile Services Association (TSA) has joined the British Cleaning Council (BCC) as an associate member. The TSA is the trade association for the textile care services industry, which contributes over £1.3 billion in GVA and supports some 28,000 jobs ...

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Regenex aims to save 3,000 tonnes of carbon in 2021

Commercial linen cleaning services specialist, Regenex has set a new goal to process 1,000 tonnes of the UK’s dirtiest linen before its fourth birthday at the end of 2021. The ambitious target, representing a step-up in operations, has been fixed despite ...

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Christeyns reorganises its commercial laundry division

Bradford-based chemicals manufacturer Christeyns has rearranged its Laundry Field Team and Engineering, Water & Energy division to better service its client base across the UK. Christeyns Commercial Laundry division, which supplies detergents, supporting chemicals and water and energy equipment, has ...

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Hospitality laundries charge to the rescue of the NHS and care homes

Over thirty hospitality laundries have already signed up to a new certification scheme that will allow them to help the UK’s health and social care system  manage the increasing amount of dirty linens and textiles that is being created by ...

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Miele Professional sets a fresh market standard with new Little Giants range

Miele Professional launched its new Little Giants range on 16 July. The new range will officially become available from 1 August and comprises the PERFORMANCE washing machine and dryer and the PERFORMANCE PLUS washing machine and dryer. The range offers one of ...

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A cry for help for 28,000 laundry workers

Everyone agrees that laundries should be on the list of businesses that can apply for rate relief, including MPs, Cabinet Officers and Local Councils. But no one has done anything about it says the Textile Services Association (TSA), despite the ...

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Textile recycling is struggling – but there are fewer reasons than ever to throw away good linen

By David Midgley, Managing Director, Regenex Before Covid-19 struck, many commercial laundries were coming to the realisation that they throw way too much good linen in the bin, and have been doing so for years. Historically, anything stained or discoloured, ...

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Could a new attitude to thrift help laundries through Coronavirus?

By Paul Hamilton, Technical Director, Regenex The shut-down of the hospitality industry, which usually creates 15 million pieces of washing every week in this country is causing an unprecedented crisis for the commercial laundry sector in the UK. A lack ...

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NHS staff use new infection control bags to prevent the spread of Covid-19 from hospitals

  Thousands of frontline NHS workers across the UK have been given innovative water-soluble infection control laundry bags to prevent the spread of Covid-19 from the workplace. Some 46,400 bags have been donated to health and social care providers across ...

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