Updates on our company, our customers, our industry and the sectors we serve
CLEAN Cheltenham Laundry has supported the local Community Mentoring and Support CiC (CMAS) organisation through the donation of fresh linen for its international youth camp held 1-13 August.
We’re very excited to have been selected as a finalist in the Business of the Year category at the Maidenhead & Windsor Business Awards 2019.
We are delighted to announce CLEAN is to sponsor the ‘Linen Keeper of the Year’ category at the 2020 Housekeeping Today Hotel Housekeeping Honours (HHH).
We’re proud to have been named a Gold Merit Award winner at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2019 at ExCeL London on 18 June 2019.
We are proud to have been recognised for maintaining high standards in health and safety and achieve our Alcumus SafeContractor accreditation for a sixth consecutive year.
Special Occasion Linen, the specialists in event linen hire, has relaunched after a substantial investment of more than £200,000.
Leading laundry supplier CLEAN has appointed Myra Tourick as Chief People Officer.
We are pleased to re-launch our Driver Academy in a bid to encourage more delivery drivers into the industry.
In a time of technology and efficiency, it can be difficult to understand how everything was done before the introduction of the internet, telephones and even electricity. However, clothing and linen has been laundered, dried and ironed in homes and commercially since the 18th century. In celebration of National Laundry Day, 15 April, we have taken a look back at the history of laundering.
CLEAN is proud to be sponsoring the UK Housekeeping Association (UKHA) Shared Knowledge day on 29th March 2019. CLEAN will have a trade stall at the event where you will be able to meet representative Gareth Draper to discuss your hotel linen requirements.
Old towels from leading linen laundry supplier CLEAN’s Cheltenham Laundry Site are being put to good use by bee-keeping charity Bees Abroad which has been sending them out to Africa to aid its many projects there.
The textile and linen rental industry has undergone radical modernisation in recent years and is more technologically-advanced than ever before. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology is one of the latest advancements that is revolutionising the sector and the service we here at CLEAN can offer our customers.
We are pleased to announce we have invested a further £200k to increase the efficiency of our Yeovil laundry based on Lufton Trading Estate.
Our Ross-on-Wye laundry is hosting a careers day next month as it is looking for driven and passionate individuals to strengthen its dynamic team.
Our chief people officer Sarah Cooper has won a top award at the Women in Business Awards in recognition of her work to improve the role of women in the workplace.
Special Occasion Linen will be bringing a touch of colour to Square Meal’s Venues + Events Live this autumn when we exhibit for the first time.
We are thrilled to announce our Chief People Officer, Sarah Cooper, has been named a finalist in the prestigious Women in Business Awards for the Thames Valley, Solent & South Coast regions.
As part of our drive to be more sustainable and efficient, we are pleased to be saving the equivalent weight of two double-decker buses of plastic per year, after reducing the volume of shrink film used across the seven laundries.
CLEAN has made its laundry in Hatherley Road, Cheltenham, more efficient following a further £500k investment in new and repurposed equipment.
CLEAN has made its laundry in Canterbury Road, Radford more efficient, following a £490k investment in new equipment.
CLEAN has launched three white linen collections designed to meet the rapidly evolving needs of the hospitality sector.