From all of us European and American colleagues to - national governments / EU institutions and other stakeholders. The letter will be published on ETSA's website and published on ETSA social media. It will also be shipped to the EU ...
New study highlights the risks of work clothes being washed in homes! ETSA (European textile services association) is the European industry organization for industrial textile service companies. ETSA operates at European level, and follows legislative changes and EU directives such as ...
Without the demand for soft sheets and comfortable terry cloths and in the absence of restaurant guests who ask for set tables, the income in the local and regional laundry and textile service business disappears ...
1500 new jobs can not wait - time for RUT to finally move away from home.
The government has had the report on its desk for six months - SOU 2020: 5 "More route services and raised the ceiling for the route deduction". It contains proposals for extending the square deduction to also include laundry at professional laundries and transport from and to the home.
For the customer, the washing cost would be reduced by 25% after square deductions and according to the investigator could mean, among other things:
• Increase in employment in the industry by 1 people • 300% increase in sales in water washing for consumers • Positive supply-side effects, possibly reduced sick leave from stress • Positive for economic equality • Reduced undeclared work • Solves life puzzles
• The extension of the square deduction makes it easier for families with children and the elderly who need help. According to Statistics Sweden, laundry is the most unequal household activity both in terms of average time and the proportion who carry out the activity. An extension of the square deduction is an important effort to counteract any negative effects on gender equality as a result of the corona pandemic. • The professional laundries' quality-assured processes are completely set up to reduce resource use. From a climate and environmental point of view, it is therefore entirely appropriate to move laundry to optimized facilities.
We also need strong support that enables vulnerable companies to survive the current corona pandemic. And they are needed now - to give the industry better future prospects.
The extension of the window for laundry is, according to many, a self-financed proposal that almost all, if not all, parties agree on. So press the decision button, we think. . Show moreShow fewer
Hopefully the train has not left, but it definitely remains at the station. When the government revises the rent subsidy, the laundries that have been hit hardest by the corona crisis are once again forgotten.
When the door to the hotel room remains closed, the future of many companies in the laundry and textile service industry will also be closed. No need for soft sheets and comfortable terrycloths, no restaurant guests asking for set tables - income disappears in an industry where half of the costs consist of salary. It hits hard. We live in a 100-year storm and now the government needs to act forcefully. . Show moreShow fewer
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