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Faultless Healthcare Linen Opens New Plant

2018-07-23T17:09:51-05:00About Faultless - Blog Posts, News|

Relocating and Building New Facility Made Way for the Largest Federal Investment Project in the History of St. Louis

Faultless Healthcare Linen opened its new, state-of-the-art, 83,000-square-foot medical laundry plant today. Located at 154 S. Trudeau, this facility replaces the company’s plant at 1615 N. 25th Street, which opened just six years ago.

New Healthcare Laundry Facility

2018-07-12T16:38:59-05:00About Faultless - Blog Posts, News|

If you live/work in St. Louis then you may be aware that that the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), one of St. Louis’ largest employers, announced in 2016 that it was staying in the City of St. Louis and building its new headquarters there. Of course, we were thrilled for the city because of the huge economic benefits it brings! Now you’re probably wondering, what does Faultless have to do with the new NGA building?

Sending Loads of Love to Seven Kansas City Schools

2018-04-19T12:18:04-05:00About Faultless - Blog Posts, News|

When we learned that some students miss school every day in Kansas City because they don’t have access to washer/dryers to launder their clothes, we knew we wanted to do something to help. Last November, we joined forces with United Way of Greater Kansas City and Faultless Starch in the second-ever Loads of Love campaign to make clean laundry more accessible to local students.

Giving Tuesday 2017

2018-01-23T10:42:33-05:00About Faultless - Blog Posts, News|

Giving Tuesday, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. At Faultless Healthcare Linen, we made no exception and took part in this year’s Giving Tuesday by joining forces with United Way of Greater Kansas City and Faultless Starch in the second-ever Loads of Love campaign.

The goal of the #LoadsofLoveKC 2017 campaign was to raise funds in hopes of adding washer/dryer facilities to five Kansas City Public Schools.