Plymate Industrial Laundry Earns TRSA Hygienically Clean Certification

What does a Hygienically Clean Certification mean?

The Hygienically Clean Certification is awarded by the Textile Rental Service Association (TRSA) to laundries who are committed to the best management practices with the highest operative level of cleanliness and safety regarding food processing uniforms. This certification proves our ability to consistently provide hygienically clean uniforms that are free of harmful bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants—no easy feat, but one we’re dedicated to! 

So, how did we achieve it?

To earn a Hygienically Clean Certification, our facility had to undergo several rounds of testing and inspections. Additionally, we had to show that our team is properly trained, we understand legal requirements, we’re OSHA compliant, and that our physical plant operates effectively. With a certification of this level, our food processing and food manufacturing customers can trust that every Plymate uniform they receive is up to the highest standards, free of contaminants and harmful bacteria. 

You can count on Plymate

Our team is committed to providing Central Indiana with the highest quality garments, especially in the food processing industry. In an area that requires such high levels of cleanliness and safety, we’ve made it our mission to ensure that the garments we provide are as trustworthy as they get.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today to learn more about this certification and how we can properly outfit your organization! Give us a call or contact us here.

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