Disaster Recovery Guidelines for Textile Care Released

September 19, 2017

Given the recent natural events occurring throughout the U.S., Association for Linen Management (ALM) has compiled guidelines to ensure linen quality in the aftermath. 

“Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have run their devastating courses and the recovery efforts will continue for some time,” said ALM Board President Cindy Molko, RLLD. “To best serve the public, ALM is providing disaster recovery guidance for textiles to ensure laundries, hospitals, nursing homes, and hotels have the direction they need. We are happy to provide this information to all interested parties regardless of ALM membership status.”

To download ALM’s disaster recovery guidelines, please visit ALMnet.organd sign in. ALM membership is not required, but those who are not current ALM members are asked to register as site visitors, free of charge.


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