Unitex is TRSA Hygienically Clean

TRSA’s Hygienically Clean Healthcare Certification recognizes companies commitment to cleanliness through third-party, quantified biological testing and inspection. TRSA’s Hygienically Clean programs focus on outcomes, certifying products not processes, verifying your clean textiles meet appropriate hygienic standards and best management practices. Signed by James Doro (Chairman) & Joseph Ricci (President) Download PDF

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Unitex sponsors New Brunswick’s School Kids Sweep Up

Eight employees from the Unitex Textile plant in New Brunswick, NJ volunteered their time with the New Brunswick Division of Recycling and Clean Communities. This partnership was to educate New Brunswick youth about maintaining clean communities and the recycling process. New Brunswick’s School Kids Sweep Up was a daylong project where Unitex volunteers worked with…

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Unitex Opens Textile Plant in New Brunswick

Unitex Textile Rental Services, a linen and uniform rental and laundry facility unveiled its newest plant on Van Dyke Avenue Thursday morning. Unitex launders hospital and medical facility linens and uniforms at its new 100,000 sq. foot plant, staffed by 300 people, most of which are local, officials say. With the opening of the New…

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Commitment to the Greater Newburgh Partnership

Commitment to the Greater Newburgh Partnership

Unitex proudly supports The Greater Newburgh Partnership. The Greater Newburgh Partnership is an organization of business leaders and community stakeholders who will transform the city of Newburgh into a thriving community that is safe, secure, and desirable. The Partnership aligns goals with others in the community to instill pride in where they live, take ownership…

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NY Congresswoman Visits Healthcare Laundry

U.S. Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-NY) recently visited TRSA member Unitex Textile Rental Services’ facility in Newburgh, NY, to meet local constituents and discuss how government can facilitate small-business investment to revitalize the economy. The congresswoman, who is also a doctor, toured the four-year-old healthcare laundry that employs 220 local residents and processes more than 60…

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