Cape Cod Linen to Merge Operations in Larger Building

Staff Writer |

HYANNIS, Mass. — Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service (CCCLS) has announced that it will be acquiring another local property, with plans to create a state-of-the-art commercial laundry facility that will open in April.

The Hyannis-based commercial laundry company that has been servicing Cape Cod hotels, resorts, restaurants and other commercial businesses for more than 25 years will be closing its two current facilities and merging them into the nearly 30,000-square-foot building formerly occupied by a wholesale plumbing supply company.

The Cape Cod Commission approved the project in early January.

A key addition to the new facility is a Milnor tunnel system that will reduce the laundry’s energy and water consumption by nearly 50%, the company says. This will make CCCLS a certified “green” laundry under the Laundry Environmental Stewardship Program (LaundryESP), which prides itself on reducing the consumption of energy and by-waste production.

Also added will be a Chicago® Powerhouse ironer.

Closure of CCCLS’ two locations will be gradual, enabling the company to provide uninterrupted customer service.

A comprehensive development plan has been established. CCCLS is encouraging its customers to contact the business for complete details.


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