Prudential Cleanroom Services

1661 Alton Pkwy
Irvine,  CA  92606-4801

United States
http://www.pcs-clean.com
  • Booth: 5263


PRUDENTIAL CLEANROOM SERVICES IS THE RIGHT CHOICE!

Since 1960, Prudential Cleanroom Services (PCS) has provided cleanroom apparel services.

From these beginnings, Prudential has developed into an internationally recognized source for bio-science, pharmaceutical, medical device, semi-conductor, aero space, and other companies manufacturing and operating in controlled environments.

PCS specializes in cleanroom garment processing services for aseptic, particulate & ESD controlled environments.  All PCS Cleanroom Services Garment Processing Facilities (excludes Cleanroom Service Centers) are validated for sterile garment processing, and have a quality management system that is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

Prudential is able to provide national cleanroom laundry and apparel service programs.  PCS remains committed to satisfying our customers’ evolving requirements.

PCS maintains state of the art cleanroom garment processing services throughout the United States.

Please visit our website at PrudentialUniforms.com


 Press Releases

  • The American Reusable Textile Association

    LCA research finds that reusable cleanroom coveralls provide a significant improvement in energy, environmental footprint, water, and energy-associated emissions. In addition, reusable coveralls offer a 95% reduction in waste stream.

    MISSION, KS, March 19, 2018 — The American Reusable Textile Association (ARTA) has announced that its life cycle research on cleanroom coveralls has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology. The PDA Journal is published by the Parenteral Drug Association. The study was conducted by Environmental Clarity, Inc., and compared the life cycle of reusable versus disposable cleanroom coveralls. This is the first life cycle that includes gamma sterilization as used in the cleanroom coverall sector.

    “The results of the cleanroom coverall LCA support the conclusions from six other reusable/disposable studies that showed reusables provide a significant improvement in energy, environmental footprint, water, and energy-associated emissions,” said Michael Overcash, PhD, of Environmental Clarity.

    "This study confirms that reusable cleanroom coveralls are the best choice for cleanroom operations," said Jerry Martin of Prudential Cleanroom Services. "Not only do reusable coveralls offer substantial savings for cleanroom operators, they are more comfortable for workers and are THE sustainable option." Martin is chair of the ARTA Cleanroom LCA Committee.

    About the Study
    Disposable and reusable cleanroom coveralls were studied from their inception as raw materials in the earth to manufacture of the coverall product, to use/reuse, then to final end-of-life disposition. The scope and the results emphasize transparent, science-based life cycle analysis. An abstract on the study is available at www.ARTA1.com.

    The study found that choosing reusable cleanroom coveralls instead of disposable alternatives (two types studied) has a significant positive effect on the environment. Reusable cleanroom coveralls provide:

    • 56% lower natural resource energy consumption,
    • 57% lower carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent emissions,
    • 77% lower total water consumed (blue water), and
    • 95% reduction in solid waste stream at the cleanroom facility (not including reuse after 50 cycles).

    Two representative market leading disposable coveralls— a flash spunbonded high-density polyethylene (HDPE) coverall and a spunbond-meltblown-spunbond polypropylene (PP) coverall – were compared with a representative market-leading reusable polyethylene terephthalate (PET) coverall. The HDPE coverall was found to be 43% lower in natural resource energy consumption and 41% lower in CO2 equivalent emissions than the PP coverall. The water consumption for the HDPE coverall was 12% lower than the PP coverall.

    The research team included Overcash, Eric Vozzola and Evan Griffing. ARTA was founded in 1982 with the mission to create greater awareness and appreciation for reusable textiles. Members represent all facets of the textile services industry — from manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors to profit and not-for-profit laundry operators, as well as allied associations. For more information: www.ARTA1.com.

    MEDIA CONTACT: Nancy Jenkins, njenkins@ARTA1.com

    Contact: Jerry Martin, V.P. of Sales & Marketing (949) 250-4850 ext 275

  • Green uniform laundry services can help businesses reduce waste and lower costs

    Water is the world's most precious resource. Humans rely on clean water to survive, to stay healthy, and to maintain proper hygiene. On the flip side, wastewater pollutes the environment and spreads illnesses among vulnerable populations.

    Unfortunately, over one billion people around the world lack access to fresh water. Almost three billion have trouble finding a reliable water source. Meanwhile, companies and their employees generate gallons of wastewater every time they throw dirty uniforms in the washing machine.

    And that's not the only environmental challenge facing businesses. Every time a customer or employee throws out a napkin, they add to the world's overburdened landfills, leading to more greenhouse gases, less biodiversity, and the poisoning of our soil and groundwater.

  • Prudential Cleanroom Services Announces June 28, 2018 Date for its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Nashua, NH Cleanroom Laundry Processing Facility

    IRVINE, CA – March 23, 2018 – Prudential Cleanroom Services, a world leader in cleanroom laundry service systems, today announced the Company’s June 28, 2018 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its Nashua, NH Cleanroom Laundry Processing Facility.

    Prudential’s President Tom Watts comments, “Our team is excited to show our customers and prospective customers our newest facility in Nashua, New Hampshire. The location will provide our Northeast customers with additional products and service offerings, and will help with our Company’s expansion into additional markets.”

    "We are pleased to welcome Prudential Overall Supply to Nashua,” said Mayor Jim Donchess. “Economic development is a top priority for Nashua, and Prudential Overall Supply estimates they will create 50 jobs associated with this project.”

    The project is a 131,371-square-foot commercial laundry facility to be located at 45 Simon Street, Nashua, NH on a 14.23-acre tract. Prudential is building a one-story facility in three phases, which include offices, industrial space, employee areas and loading docks with 136 parking spaces on site for staff.

    Prudential’s completed first phase is a 70,091-square-foot building. The next phase will be followed by a 45,000-square-foot section and, the last phase will be a 16,280-square-foot addition. The building will occupy 12.2 acres of the site once all phases are completed.

    “We are very pleased to welcome Prudential Overall Supply to Nashua,” said Commissioner Taylor Caswell of the New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs. “The capabilities it provides are vital to the many companies whose advanced manufacturing processes require high tech industrial laundry services. We look forward to watching them grow and prosper in New Hampshire.” 

    About Prudential Cleanroom Services

    Prudential Cleanroom Services is a division of Prudential Overall Supply. Since 1960, Prudential Cleanroom Services is recognized as a world leader in cleanroom laundry processing services.  Prudential’s network of ISO 9001: 2008 certified ISO Class 3 cleanroom laundry processing facilities extend throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

    Contact: Jerry Martin, V.P. of Sales & Marketing (949) 250-4850 ext 275

    By: Jerry Martin, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Prudential Overall Supply


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  • PCS specializes in cleanroom garment processing service for aseptic, particulate & ESD controlled environments. All PCS ISO Class 3 Cleanroom Garment Processing Facilities are validated for sterile garment processing.

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