To learn more about future-proofing your business, contact our Customer Service Director, Karen Maxwell.
It seems to me that you have done a thorough research and based on your findings and understanding you have determined that the waste generated from your operations is not hazardous waste because it is not listed as hazardous waste and because it does not exhibit any hazardous waste characteristics. Be aware that the determination you have made is exclusive of the chemicals and the process you currently utilize.
(GreenEarth) as an alternative dry cleaning solvent will not pose adverse health risks to the public ... ARB sees no need to regulate its use.
The environmental safety of the GreenEarth process allowed us to secure a long-term lease with Tide Dry Cleaners in one of our shopping centers. This store is the first and only dry cleaning plant permitted in the city of Prairie Village, Kansas.
D5 silicone does not pose a danger to the environment or its biological diversity...Based on the information before (the Review Board), the projected future uses of Siloxane D5 will not pose a danger to the environment or its biological diversity.
We took a close look at how perc compares to the newer “green” processes in regards to both cleaning and impact on the environment. We found that while perc is good on greasy stains like oil and lipstick, GreenEarth, a liquid silicone cleaner that’s supposed to degrade to sand, carbon dioxide, and water was the best overall at removing stains.
One of the most important things discriminating customers notice about GreenEarth is what’s missing: that telltale dry cleaning smell. GreenEarth isn’t petroleum-based like most dry cleaning fluids; it is absolutely odorless. So clothes smell clean, not dry cleaned.
Building a new hotel or taking over an existing enterprise? Eliminate risk of environmental liability for unsafe solvent practices by making sure GreenEarth goes in before your hotel’s name goes on.
Decreased operating costs and increased productivity make GreenEarth the dry cleaning method of choice for today’s progressive hotels.
GreenEarth does more than protect the earth, it protects the quality of the garments it cleans. Our process utilizes a cleaning chemistry that is scientifically better for fabrics. Your guests will appreciate how much fresher, brighter and whiter their dry cleaning looks, not to mention how much smoother and silkier they feel.
Progressive hotels are meeting the needs of ecology minded customers with GreenEarth’s environmentally safe process.
Employees love working in an odorless dry cleaning shop. And managers love not worrying about the health and safety of employees.
To discuss licensing your hospitality operation or to request an informational booklet, contact Tim Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free 877-926-895.