U.S. Linen & Uniform Catalog

Our Legacy

In 1901, laundry and dry cleaning entrepreneur John Stoller started working in a tailor shop in Portland. One of the first things he did was burn a hole in a pair of pants he was pressing. Luckily it got better from there. In April 1901 he moved to Walla Walla to work doing alterations and pressing. Only 3 months later, he purchased the business. Thus, the Stoller Cleaning Club was born, which later became the Pantorium.

 

In the late 1910's, one of his sons, Harvey Stoller started working in the business. He would drive a horse and wagon to all the farms around Walla Walla picking up and delivering laundry. In the 1930's Harvey went to dry cleaning school in Allentown, PA and then worked on the east coast for several years before returning to Walla Walla.

 

In the early 1940's Harvey Stoller saw an opportunity in the dusty, bustling boom town of Richland. Harvey applied for the federal contract to provide laundry and dry cleaning service to the Hanford workers. Harvey's 30 years of experience and his innovations in running the Pantorium gave him the edge to win the federal contract. On August 14, 1944 he opened Richland Laundry & Dry Cleaning, one of the first privately-owned businesses in Richland, which later became U.S. Linen & Uniform.

 

Since then, we have continued to expand our service area and grow. Today, our workforce is well over 100 people, we have around 2,500 customers, and we serve an area spanning about 75,000 square miles. We've invested heavily in machinery and technology-we have washers that can handle up to 900 lbs. of laundry at a time.

But some things haven't changed. U.S. Linen & Uniform is still a family business, and Harvey Stoller's grandson runs the company. Our core values - commitment to service and quality- are as solid now as they were when we first opened the business.

 

We Are Green and High Tech

  • Cutting-edge wastewater treatment system saves 10 million gallons of water a year.
  • Chemical use for the washers is computer controlled and precise.
  • Routing software cuts our fuel consumption on routes.
  • Products are re-purposed and reused.
  • Association of Washington Business Award Winner for Environmental Excellence.

Size Guide

Pants:

Standard

Waist/Inseam

28-42/28-36

Specialty

Waist

44+

Specialty

Length

>28/<36

Coveralls:

Standard Size

38-50

Specialty Size

52+

Long Body

52+

Outerwear:

Standard Size

S-XL

Specialty Size

2X+

Long Body

M+

Coats:

Item

Lapel Counter Coat

Shop Coat

Standard Size

S-XL

36-50

Specialty Size

2X+

52+

Food Processing:

Standard Size

S-XL

Specialty Size

2X+

Specialty Garments:

Specialty Size

52+

2X+

Long Body

52+

L+

Item

Coveralls

Shirts

Standard Size

38-50

S-XL

Healthcare:

Standard Size

S-XL

Specialty Size

2X+

Culinary:

Standard Size

S-XL

Specialty Size

2X+

Less Waste Water - and it's Cleaner Than City Water.

We invested heavily in a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment system that has cut our water usage by 50%. This adds up to more than 10 million gallons of water saved each year, and because the recycled water is already heated we’ve also cut our natural gas consumption by 25%.

 

The system cleans our waste water so thoroughly that the water we reuse is cleaner than the water we get from the city, and even the water we discharge has 95% of the impurities removed.

Let's Talk About How We Can Meet Your Needs.

Tri-Cities

509.946.6125

Portland

971.361.6125

Spokane

509.624.0808

Give Us A Call Toll Free (888) USLINEN

Our Legacy

In 1901, laundry and dry cleaning entrepreneur John Stoller started working in a tailor shop in Portland. One of the first things he did was burn a hole in a pair of pants he was pressing. Luckily it got better from there. In April 1901 he moved to Walla Walla to work doing alterations and pressing. Only 3 months later, he purchased the business. Thus, the Stoller Cleaning Club was born, which later became the Pantorium.

In the late 1910's, one of his sons, Harvey Stoller started working in the business. He would drive a horse and wagon to all the farms around Walla Walla picking up and delivering laundry. In the 1930's Harvey went to dry cleaning school in Allentown, PA and then worked on the east coast for several years before returning to Walla Walla.

 

In the early 1940's Harvey Stoller saw an opportunity in the dusty, bustling boom town of Richland. Harvey applied for the federal contract to provide laundry and dry cleaning service to the Hanford workers. Harvey's 30 years of experience and his innovations in running the Pantorium gave him the edge to win the federal contract. On August 14, 1944 he opened Richland Laundry & Dry Cleaning, one of the first privately-owned businesses in Richland, which later became U.S. Linen & Uniform.

Since then, we have continued to expand our service area and grow. Today, our workforce is well over 100 people, we have around 2,500 customers, and we serve an area spanning about 75,000 square miles. We've invested heavily in machinery and technology-we have washers that can handle up to 900 lbs. of laundry at a time.

But some things haven't changed. U.S. Linen & Uniform is still a family business, and Harvey Stoller's grandson runs the company. Our core values - commitment to service and quality- are as solid now as they were when we first opened the business.