Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

CSR practices support the “Social” in Environmental, Social and Guidance while keeping sustainability at the forefront. This corporate attribute is a form of self-regulation that reflects a business’s accountability and commitment to contributing to the well-being of communities and society through various environmental and social measures

U.N. Global Compact and TRSA Supplier Partners | About the Global Compact

U.N. Global Compact and TRSA Supplier Partners

As TRSA linen, uniform and facility services member operators supply CSR-conscious customers, these accounts may require these members to report their CSR practices. These practices include not only these operators’ CSR-related strategies and tactics, but those of partners who supply them. To enable such suppliers to attest to their CSR, TRSA’s Supplier Partner Council Board of Directors approved the November 2021 distribution of a checklist of principles of the U.N. Global Compact, the world’s largest voluntary CSR initiative. The following Supplier Partner companies completed the checklist.

1Concier (Riegel Linen), Aiken, SC
A1 American, Pacoima, CA
ABS Laundry Business Solutions/LSI Inc, Plymouth, MN
American Laundry Systems, Derry, NH
Cupron, Richmond, VA
Datamars, Woburn, MA
deister electronic GmbH, Barsinghausen, Lower Saxony, Germany
Ecolab, Saint Paul, MN
EDRO Corporation, East Berlin, CT
FOLTEX USA, Columbia, SC
Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. dba Positek RFID, Inc, Foothill Ranch, CA
Future Polytech, Columbus, OH
Gurtler Industries Inc, South Holland, IL
Industrial Commercial Sales & Service (ICSS Construction), Murphysboro, IL
Jensen-Group, Burgdorf, Bern. Switzerland
Kannegiesser ETECH, Inc., Minneapolis, MN
Kemco Systems, Clearwater, FL
Lac-Mac Ltd., London, Ontario, Canada
Laundry Design Group, LLC, Las Vegas, NV
Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc., Beacon Falls, CT
Leonard Automatics, Denver, NC
LinenMaster, LLC, Vero Beach , FL
M+A Matting, La Grange, GA
M&B Metal Products Company, Inc. dba M&B Hangers, Leeds, AL
Medline Industries, LP, Northfield, IL
Milliken & Co., Spartanburg, SC
MIP Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Moonsoft International Inc., Spokane, WA
Norchem Corporation, Los Angeles , CA
NuMat Systems LLC, Roanoke, AL
Sea-lion America Company, Westbrook, CT
Simple Laundry Solutions, LLC., Irvine, CA
Six Disciplines Consulting , Findlay , OH
Superior Group of Companies, Seminole, FL
Thermopatch Corp., Syracuse, NY
Thomaston Mills, Wyncote, PA
Tingue, Brown & Co., Peachtree City, GA
Unitex International, Inc., Duluth, GA
UNX Industries, Inc., Greenville, NC
UWH Industries, LLC (United Wire Hanger), Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
Washing Systems, LLC, Loveland, OH
Workwear Outfitters, Nashville, TN

About the Global Compact

The Global Compact is a policy platform and a practical framework for companies committed to CSR. With more than 15,000 signatories in more than 150 countries, it is the world’s largest voluntary CSR initiative.

Guide to Corporate Sustainability: Shaping a Sustainable Future
48-page document from the U.N. lists the Compact’s 10 principles and includes checklists of business operations and strategies that align with universally accepted principles in human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.

Supply Chain Sustainability: Practical Guide for Continuous Improvement
From the U.N. and BSR, a global organization of sustainable business experts that aids the world’s leading companies in creating and delivering products and services in ways that treat people fairly and meet their needs and aspirations within the boundaries of our planet. This 68-page guide help companies overcome human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption challenges through a sustainable supply chain program based on Global Compact values and principles.