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Making Your Services Easier to Buy: Part 2 By: Tara Clark I’ve already told you of my woes trying to buy fabric and the business that missed out on a shoe-in sale because they were making too difficult for their customer to buy. I’m often asked if...

Having the bottle to wear Green Fashion. By: Garry Knox The Met Gala is one of New York society’s events of the year. The guest list is a real ‘Who’s who’ in the world of film, music and creativity; most of whom would never be seen in...

Selling Your Services by Making Them Easier to Buy: Part 1 By: Tara Clark I went into a shop recently to buy some fabric. I hadn’t been to this particular shop in a while and since my last visit it had been renovated. Everything was in a...

Fast Fashion: Sustainability Works Both Ways By: Ron Benjamin As a GreenEarth dry cleaner, it is our goal to provide you, our customer, with the best quality dry cleaning at a fair price.  We work to do that every day and base the prices we charge you...

Will we always have Paris? By: Garry Knox A giant step has been made by the signing of the Paris agreement.  On Earth Day (22nd April) 171 national signed the agreement at the UN in New York; a record number for a new international treaty. UN Secretary-General Ban...

Earth Day Celebrating Its 46th Anniversary By Joe Blaha The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970 attributed to the efforts of US Senator Gaylord Nelson. Earth Day originated in the US but became recognized worldwide by 1990. 20 million people participated in the first Earth Day. Every...

The Age of Plastic By: Garry Knox When you think of Australia you think of the sea, coral and other elements of marine beauty but all is not as it seems… The use of plastic is starting to have a huge impact on the marine environment and all...

The Most Sustainable Dry Cleaning System By: Joe Blaha Every day I have the pleasure of addressing the questions and concerns of prospects interested in learning more about the GreenEarth Cleaning Program and which then affords me the opportunity to also share the benefits inherent in the...

Marine Algae Inspire New Designs By: Garry Knox   Often fashion can have an impact on the environment, but now one designer is allowing the environment to affect its fashion output! Oban (in Scotland, U.K.) based Crùbag uses images of healthy and infected algae that have been photographed by...

2016 Green Resolutions By: Aaron Newport Many people make resolutions at the beginning of the New Year to be a better person in one way or another. With most people this day and age being very concerned with the environment for our future generations, a large number...

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