UPCOMING EVENTS

CERTIFICATIONS

Verified and Quantified

Certifying your laundry through TRSA verifies your practices and quantifies your hygienic and green outcomes to maximize customers’ confidence in your processing and handling. Learn More

ADVOCACY

Promoting and Protecting the Industry

TRSA manages legislative and regulatory issues that directly impact the textile service industry. We communicate on the industry’s behalf with federal, state and local legislators and regulators. Learn More

Legislation

Learn about new and ongoing legislative initiatives TRSA is monitoring, tracking and reporting to develop…

Government Relations

Providing legislators and regulators a local perspective regarding the impact of proposed Bills and rules…

Regulation

Get up to date on proposed rules of specific concern or measures likely to affect the industry…

TRSAPAC

TRSA’s Political Action Committee, is the industry’s only political action committee contributing to the…

RECENT NEWS

Hot Off The Press

Get up to speed in the latest developments in business and government affecting your operations and read expert opinions on how industry practices can improve.

Hygienically Clean: Food-Safety Professionals Support Certification

An overwhelming majority of visitors to TRSA’s exhibit at the recent International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) expo voiced support for a uniform service industry certification verifying laundry cleanliness – as opposed to laundry operators contracting with consultants or labs on their own to validate their hygiene practices.

DOL Rescinds Union-Backed ‘Persuader Rule’

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced its full repeal of the Obama administration’s “persuader” rule that it introduced two years ago. The rescission, which was formally published in the Federal Register on July 18, will take effect 30 days after publication. TRSA and other industry groups affiliated with the Citizens for a Democratic Workforce (CDW) strongly supported this move by the DOL.

WPL Announces Scholarship Recipients

Keilin Velasquez and Johanna Coronel, both children of White Plains Linen (WPL) employees, recently won the White Plains Linen Family Scholarship, a recognition of both academic performance and community service. The program drew 15 applications accompanied by an essay describing the students’ greatest achievement, for the two $2,500 awards. A greater importance placed on values led to Velasquez and Coronel earning the top prizes, according to a news release.