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Every industry is looking at ways of reducing waste and ours is of no exception. Here Tina Gleed takes a look at sustainable textiles and what’s happening in the industry to reduce the amount of waste that is sent to landfill.
Steaming Ahead The essential boiler is currently sitting unused in many businesses right now and engineers will be very busy dealing with issues when businesses switch everything on again and run into problems. Janice Raycroft talks to the experts about boilers and the sort of actions you [...]
Restarting with a clean sheet Coronavirus has side swiped economies and societies around the world in a way that was unimaginable other than in the realms of science fiction. But in time we will find a new normal and both laundries and drycleaners will reopen with clients [...]
Sustainability and futureproofing Janice Raycroft looks at the opportunities where sustainability can play a key role in changing industry businesses for the long term. These are tough times for all businesses, and while much of the media focus has been on the devastating effect on sectors such [...]
Dry cleaning equipment: still going strong With the headline focus often on wetcleaning, it is important to remember the continuing advances in drycleaning equipment. Whether it be the use of perc or alternative solvents or technological advances, the drycleaning arena is keeping up with the need for [...]
Feeders and folders The latest feeders and folders have innovations and features that improve production, provide a better quality output and save time and energy. Janice Raycroft reports. By ‘ironing out the pinch points and wrinkles’ technological advances are transforming modern laundries, cutting chunks of time, energy [...]
Ask the expert - How to manage staff hours during inconsistent laundry orders In this new regular feature for launderers and drycleaners we’ll be turning to industry specialist Andy Marsh for some expert guidance and sound, practical advice to help you to get the most out of your equipment [...]
For the love of water It’s entirely clear that the world has – and quite rightly too – become more environmentally friendly. Whether it’s energy efficiency, less use of fossil fuels or pointless packaging, ‘going green’ is in vogue. But as business in general can make changes [...]
Wheely clever - trolleys and cages for laundry Janice Raycroft reports on the features and engineering detail behind the latest trolleys and cages on the market It’s easy to think that the most ingenious solutions to laundry operation are hidden inside the computerised and increasingly sophisticated machinery, [...]