Goodwill Commercial Laundry

Goodwill of Colorado’s Commercial Laundry Receives Prominent National Certification

Goodwill of Colorado’s Commercial Laundry has received accreditation from the Healthcare Laundry Accreditation HLAC Logo Council (HLAC)—an independent accrediting body and leading national nonprofit organization charged with inspecting and certifying laundry facilities that process reusable textiles for hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities. Incorporated in 2005, HLAC applies the highest, professionally recognized standards for patient safety and infection prevention in conducting its stringent inspection and accreditation processes.

Since 1997, Goodwill’s 42,000 sq. ft. Commercial Laundry operations has provided exceptional and reliable industrial laundry services—specializing in medical facilities, hospitality and lodging, military installations government agencies, higher-education institutions and private corporations. Goodwill’s Commercial Laundry serves customers along the front range from Pueblo, Colorado to Cheyenne, Wyoming—offering timely processing and quality service, pickup and delivery at a competitive price.

“Goodwill’s Commercial Laundry is proud to receive this prestigious, three-year accreditation, which further reinforces our commitment to customer service excellence and strict adherence to local, federal and OSHA regulations in providing premiere laundry services to our valued customers,” said Goodwill of Colorado Laundry General Manager Steve Schiff.

About Goodwill of Colorado:

Goodwill of Colorado provides career development and community programs and resources for more than 100,000 Coloradans with disadvantages each year—including military veterans, seniors, youth, and individuals with developmental and economic challenges. Through its thrift retail operations, donations, social enterprises, corporate partnerships and recycling processes, Goodwill has worked for more than a century in Colorado to ensure individuals have access to career and life pathways that allow them to live to their fullest potential and achieve their highest level of independence. Visit GoodwillColorado.org to learn more.

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