Owner Dev Singh from 24-7 Laundromat, a Coin Op Laundromat in WA, got interviewed by our Laundry consultant Alex Sfetsos about their experience with the LG laundry machinery and the Richard Jay services.
As society becomes more conscious of the effects we have on the environment, is it perhaps surprising that a large number of businesses still ignore the fact that they can make a monumental difference through their laundry processes.
Washer design and efficiency has advanced considerably in recent years with new technologies and programming advancements that minimise water, energy usage plus reduce operation costs. This provides a strong case for modernising existing laundry facilities in order to achieve considerable operational savings and efficiencies.
Aged Care facilities will no longer receive notice of re-accreditation visits, following a recent review of the National Aged Care Quality Regulatory Processes.
The Federal Budget small business incentive to purchase capital machinery has been extended to 30 June 2018.
The latest Top-load washer from Maytag Commercial has been reinvented for enhanced commercial laundry success.
In 2017, Xeros, developers of near waterless washing extractors, and Richard Jay, Australia’s leading supplier of commercial & industrial laundry equipment, became partners.
The three most important factors in having a successful laundromat business are: Location, location, location!
Businesses failing to meet Australian and New Zealand Standards for Laundry Practices putting workers at risk of illness
Textiles used across organisations in commercial, industrial, hospital and institutional industries must comply with laundry processes to remove soiling, staining and various contaminants.