NEGS Announces $230,000 Order for Ozone Laundry System

Jason Hicks |

HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — National Energy Services Co. Inc. (NEGS) has announced new orders for its Ozone Laundry System (OLS) totaling approximately $230,000.
Golden Living, a repeat NEGS customer and operator of more than 350 skilled nursing facilities in the United States, has ordered 12 additional OLS installations. Golden Living participated in NEGS' initial OLS case studies, and with this new order, nearly half of all Golden Living facilities will have the OLS installed.
“The Ozone Laundry System has been helping us improve our bottom-line performance since 2005,” says Adam Whitehill, vice president of finance for Golden Living Division 4. “Installing 30 additional OLS in February 2007 delivered an annual savings of approximately $1 million. With natural gas prices at an all-time high, the ROI has become even more rapid and appealing.”
“Golden Living has been a leader in energy conservation and in taking advantage of the efficiencies available to them,” says John Grillo, NEGS president. “One of the nice things about OLS is that it provides a way to cut cost and reduce the carbon footprint significantly without compromising service or quality.”
NEGS provides comprehensive, cost-driven energy products and management aimed at lowering energy consumption and helping its customers buy energy more efficiently. Its services are designed to bring customers minimal or no out-of-pocket cost. These aggregated energy-management services are primarily marketed to commercial, industrial, hospitality and long-term care facilities.

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Jason Hicks

American Drycleaner

Jason Hicks was assistant editor for American Trade Magazines, which publishes American Coin-Op, American Drycleaner and American Laundry News, for more than nine years, and web editor for three years.


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