Laundromat owner fed up with natural gas workers

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Posted: Apr 01, 2011 7:59 AM
Laundromat owner fed up with natural gas workers

Some politicians in Pennsylvania say the burgeoning development of the natural gas industry is good for the state's economy, but one laundromat owner doesn't want any part of it.

Troy Schoenly says he's fed up with natural gas workers bringing overly greasy clothes to his self-service laundry, Troy's Suds Depot. And not just that, he doesn't want their muddy trucks at his car wash, either.

Schoenly tells WNEP-TV the extra-dirty clothes gum up the washing machines at his Bradford County business and then he has to disassemble them for cleaning. The dirty trucks are a problem because he says they leave behind big piles of mud that turn off his longtime customers.

Schoenly says the really greasy clothes should be handled by a commercial uniform company instead.

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Information from: WNEP-TV, http://www.wnep.com