CLEAN Uniform, Linen & Facility Service Programs
For more than 80 years, uniform services have been our backbone. As we have grown into one of the largest independent industrial launderers in the nation, CLEAN has become so much more than uniform rental, cleaning, and delivery. Of course we still offer comprehensive uniform programs for almost any industry, but we also have complete garment and linen programs for more specialized hospitality and facility needs. And with our brand new HLAC-certified healthcare laundry facility, we meet the more complicated and demanding needs of the healthcare industry.
Beyond our uniform programs, our unmatched customer service and our innovative approach are what set us apart. We call it The CLEAN Difference, and it all started with one simple philosophy that has become our primary focus:“Make The Customer Love You!”
CLEAN & Green Environment
CLEAN takes our responsibility to the environment and the communities we serve very seriously. Keeping it Green isn’t just a buzzword here—we’re dedicated to making CLEAN into a greener, “cleaner” uniform company.
For years, CLEAN has invested in “green” technologies such as wastewater treatment systems, solar panels, and comprehensive efficiency audits. The result is a smaller impact on the environment, cost savings, and much higher efficiency throughout our entire process. Keeping it Green is just one way that CLEAN invests in our communities.
More Than Just a CLEAN Uniform
A CLEAN HISTORY
CLEAN is in its third generation of family ownership, carrying on more than 80 years of tradition and vision.
It all started in 1938 when Morris Lazaroff came to St. Louis from Detroit for a ‘clean’ start. He built his uniform laundry business with two keys to success in mind: taking care of his employees, and making his customers love CLEAN. Morris’s sons and grandsons have continued his philosophy, which has made Clean one of the largest independent launderers in the country.
Learn more about how The CLEAN Difference means investing for the future by using lessons from the past…