Case Studies

Saving precious resource: How smaller companies can maximise their laundry stock

Squeeky Laundry sees 90% success rate on linen processed with Regenex ‘magic’

Regenex process 50 tonnes of linen for Bates of London

Regenex and Welsh laundry customers on track to rescue 10 tonnes of linen from early rag

Regenex and Celtic Linen hit 100 tonnes of hospitality and healthcare textiles successfully processed

Regenex dyes 100,000 NHS scrub suits to equip Nightingale hospitals

Regenex saves uSnooz.com a staggering 83.6% on its replacement linen costs

Shortridge’s success in reviving linen with Regenex

Spotless hotel bed linen.

How Bates of London saved 14 tonnes of linen – and 38 million gallons of water – with Regenex

An iodine-stained sheet, before (left) and after (right) processing by Regenex.

How Regenex rescued iodine-stained linens for hospital trust

fibre analysis Regenex

Testing, testing … laboratory analysis proves Regenex cleaning really works

Company C had accumulated over 40 tonnes of non-conformance Linen to rag and replace with new stock

Company H had an issue with chemical stained laboratory coats

Company R had a surplus of white roller towels but the customer wanted blue

Customer had an issue with off shade or fading ivory table-wear

At Regenex, we are challenging the way contract laundry companies (CLCs) think about their early linen write off.

We have developed a process that means a stubborn stain doesn’t have to spell the end of the useful life of an otherwise valuable commodity.

The Regenex system combines advanced processing machinery with newly developed chemistry designed specifically for the removal of stains such as:

  • Fake tan
  • Grease
  • Oil
  • Mildew
  • Concrete
  • Rust

We now service many of the market leaders in this sector and in our first few years of trading have processed thousands of tonnes of linen, with a consistent success ratio of 75% to 80%.

Over 70% of the carbon footprint in a textile fabric is generated during its construction and delivery phase, so early disposal has a massive contribution to its environmental impact.

By extending use of the millions of pieces saved from ragging or landfill, RegeneX is saving approximately 4kg carbon for every 1kg of linen revived.

Calculation based on carbon footprint of 8kg associated with the manufacture and life cycle of 1kg of new linen. Saving is 4kg carbon per 1kg cotton when life cycle is doubled.

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