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An Overview of Today's Underpads

Americans over 65 make up over 12.4 percent of the population. With many living longer and requiring long-term care, the use of incontinent products is skyrocketing.

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St. Olavs University Hospital Finds a “Smart” Solution to Garment Logistics

RFID Tags Save Major Norwegian Hospital Time, Money and Storage Space

St. Olavs University Hospital, of Trondheim, Norway, has more than 7,500 employees, 1,200 beds and treats approximately 50,000 patients each year. This translates into more than 130,000 garments, including operating gowns, robes and pants, which need to be collected, laundered and stored. 

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Batting Cleanup for the St. Louis Cards

In the world of baseball, the cleanup hitter is the slugger who bats fourth in the line-up.  Typically the most powerful batters on a team’s roster, players such as Lou Gehrig, Willie Stargell and Albert Belle became legendary for driving in runs—“cleaning the bases” of their teammates who preceded them at bat.

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Laundry & College Life

When Cory Perlson entered the University of Arizona as a freshman in 2006, he had no idea that a year later his main concern would be laundry.  After all, how many teenagers even do their own laundry?  This nineteen-year-old however, isn’t a ‘typical’ teenager.  He is not only doing his laundry, he doing up to 1200 pounds of laundry a day since launching his business AZ Laundry with three college buddies, Turner Binkley, Phil Lauterbach, and Stephen Goldstein.

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Luxury, History & Ghosts

MANCHESTER, VT. -- When it comes to luxury, history and ghosts the 238-year-old Equinox hotel in Manchester Village has it all. The resort, listed on the National Register of Historic Places has hosted U.S. Presidents, world leaders and celebrities.

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Quick Rinse - News From Around The World

Laundry to Reduce Air Emmissions and Fund Cleaner Burning Wood Stove Purchases

BOSTON, Mass. — Alltex Uniform Rental Service, an industrial laundry in Manchester, N.H. has agreed to settle claims by the US Environmental Protection Agency that it violated the Clean Air Act by paying a civil penalty of $65,000. They will also be undertaking a Supplemental Environmental Project with a value of at least $220,000 to replace old, polluting wood stoves in southern New Hampshire with new, cleaner models. Additionally, the company will install equipment at its facility to remove approximately 20 tons per year of emissions of volatile organic compounds (“VOCs”). G&K Services is the parent company of Alltex Uniform Rental Service Inc. The EPA action grew out of an EPA inspection of the facility in July 2008.