Linen Loss Prevention

Independent analysis verifies commercial textiles’ superior sustainability, finds lower environmental impact vs. disposables

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Linen loss is widespread and expensive. Nearly 90% of all linen used in U.S. hospitals does not reach its useful life costing the healthcare industry more than $840 million annually. Preventing linen loss can create huge efficiencies for facilities and staff.

Healthcare Textile Life, Loss and Replacement

Data and best practices for laundry and linen operations to curb premature removal of textile inventory from service.

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Quantifying Hygienically Clean Removes All Doubt

Provides definitions of hygienically clean and documents the emerging importance to the U.S. healthcare industry of quantifying and verifying textile hygiene.

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Linen Loss: the $840 Million Elephant in Your Rooms, McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, Sept. 10, 2014