Bates Enterprises Inc. - Mobile

Mobile, AL, USA • (256) 378-6118

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Bates Enterprises Inc. - Mobile is located at Mobile, AL, USA.

Here at Bates, laundering at scale is our forté. We partner with a large number of industries to meet all of their PPE laundering requirements. We understand that every company faces unique laundering challenges, and we’re here to meet them. Our team cleans a vast array of materials, allowing you to wash virtually any PPE product used in a commercial setting.

Since our start in 1995, Bates Enterprises has helped more than 8,000 satisfied companies and organizations meet their PPE laundering goals. We are proud to be a WBE (Women’s Business Enterprise), a member of the SRMC (South Regions Minority Business Council), and a certified HUB (Historically Underutilized Business). Let us put our years of experience and proprietary procedures to work for you!

To contact Bates Enterprises Inc. - Mobile, call (256) 378-6118, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Mobile, AL? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.

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Mobile, AL
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P: (256) 378-6118

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