NORCROSS, GA, October 09, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Commercial laundering can help hospitals and medical groups save money and time, stated medical linen service
provider Angelica Corporation. While many organizations handle medical linen cleanup in-house, Angelica Corporation encourages hospitals to utilize the resources a commercial laundering service can provide.
"Commercial laundering can help organizations cut back on wasteful water usage and the disposal of hazard chemicals," stated Aly Merritt, Marketing Manager for Angelica Corporation, a hospital linen service
provider. "Hospitals can spend too much washing linens and disposing of the water and chemical waste. A commercial laundering service can handle such massive loads with ease, and actually save hospitals money."
Medical and hospital linen service providers are already equipped with the instruments and disposal needed for treating linens and water, so hospitals can eliminate the costly water treatments and disposal of toxic chemicals. Angelica Corporation believes that it is a safer approach for hospitals, as well as a more cost-effective approach.
Angelica offers a safe and effective means of laundering hospital linens. Their disinfectant can kill up to 99.99% of the major bacterial and viral contagions, like Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and many others.
Medical linens need to be handled with care, and a hospital linen service can assist hospitals with such delicate matters. With the health of the patients and staff on the line, medical linens need to be safely and effectively cleaned, and a commercial laundering service is the best option.
Commercial laundering can safely and chemically treat hospital linens and ensure that no bacterial or viral traces are left. It can also remove any traces of biohazardous material and drug residue, all which can negatively impact the health of a patient. A medical linen service can eliminate the need for replacing linens by ensuring the treatment process of commercial laundering can safely remove any toxic or hazardous material in its procedure.
For more information about commercial laundering, visit Angelica Corporation at http://www.angelica.com
About Angelica Corporation:
Founded in 1878 as a small uniform company, Angelica Corporation has since expanded to become a leader in the healthcare linen service industry. Specializing in products such as bed linens, patient gowns, scrubs, towels and dust control systems, Angelica Corporation offers its clients the efficiency of over 25 laundry plants nationwide to tend to each client's hospital linen service needs quickly and efficiently.
To learn more, visit http://www.angelica.com
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