Gordon T. MacAulay, a third-generation family member and vice president of Shasta Linen Supply, speaks with congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) during her tour of the company’s industrial cleaning business in downtown Sacramento. The company, who does linens for restaurant, hotel and hospital clients, says its recent water-reduction measures are saving 2,000 gallons a year.
Gordon T. MacAulay, a third-generation family member and vice president of Shasta Linen Supply, speaks with congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) during her tour of the company’s industrial cleaning business in downtown Sacramento. The company, who does linens for restaurant, hotel and hospital clients, says its recent water-reduction measures are saving 2,000 gallons a year. Shasta Linen Supply
Gordon T. MacAulay, a third-generation family member and vice president of Shasta Linen Supply, speaks with congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) during her tour of the company’s industrial cleaning business in downtown Sacramento. The company, who does linens for restaurant, hotel and hospital clients, says its recent water-reduction measures are saving 2,000 gallons a year. Shasta Linen Supply

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