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Water & Sustainability By: Garry Knox More and more retailers are setting themselves the objective of ensuring that garments can now be machine washed at home rather than being professionally dry cleaned. At a customer level, this may make sense at first, especially from a convenience point of...

Cleaning the Garments of Tomorrow By: Tim Maxwell.   After watching a trailer for the new Disney film "Tomorrowland" the other day, I couldn't help but let my mind wander a little bit into the territory of drycleaning (not the typical perspective of viewers I would guess!). I...

The Digital World – Part 1 By: Aaron Newport. In today’s world, nearly everything we do is done digitally. Not only are we doing everything digitally, the majority of our daily activities can be completed entirely through our phones. There is an app to pay bills, listen...

The Clean Show 2015 “One Industry. One Stage “ By: Joe Blaha. Atlanta had not welcomed the dry cleaning industry to the biannual Clean Show since 1987 and it would seem that this pairing was overdue as the numbers of vendors exhibiting and attendees surprised most everyone. Reported...

Care labeling mysteries: Volume 1 By: Garry Knox. So you remove your dry cleaning hat for a moment and stand in a branded clothing store and look at different items of clothing in particular, the care label. The majority of customers have got their heads around symbols, such...

SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY (OUR SS) By: Ron Benjamin. To many of us in our older years, SS stands for Social Security. And for those of you who are younger, it may mean the Selective Service! But for GreenEarth, SS is our code for Sustainability Strategy. And it’s what we...

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