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Come Clean With Us [PDF]
Abstract: A NESHAP sets a limit on the amount of a particular solvent or material that may be admitted into the atmosphere by any one source. This document describes methods and devices business can use to meet this limit.
Source: Lincoln-Lancaster Health Dept
URL: http://www.epa.gov/ttn/atw/dryperc/techasst.pdf

End, Don't Try to Filter, Dry-Cleaning Fumes
Abstract: Article discusses the hazards and alternatives to perchloroethylene, or perc, use for dry cleaning.
Source: Pollution Prevention Center, Urban & Environmental Institute at Occidental College
URL: http://www.newsday.com/end-don-t-try-to-filter-dry-cleaning-
fumes-1.428185

Evaluating Energy Efficiency in the Garment Care Industry: A Comparison of Five Garment Care Technologies [PDF]
Abstract: For more than fifty years, the vast majority of the 30,000 dry cleaners in the United States have relied on the toxic chemical perchloroethylene (PCE) as the solvent used to clean delicate garments. While design changes have been made to dry clean equipment to reduce environmental exposures, these changes have made dry cleaning a more energy intensive process.

Since the 1990's, while regulation of PCE dry cleaning increased, a number of alternatives to PCE dry cleaning have emerged. Because each alternative uses a different solvent requiring a different machine configuration, any evaluation of resource use had to account for the whole range of these technologies. This study was designed to characterize the energy and water use of five professional garment cleaning technologies: perchloroethylene dry cleaning, professional wet cleaning, petroleum dry cleaning, silicone dry cleaning, and CO2 dry cleaning.

Source: Pollution Prevent Center, Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College
URL: http://stpp.ucla.edu/sites/default/files/Energy%20and%20Wate
r%20Comparison%20of%20Five%20Garment%20Care%20Technologi
es.pdf

Fashioning a Greener Shade of Clean: Commercialization of Professional Wet Cleaning in the Garment Care Industry [PDF]
Abstract: This report is one in a series of reports designed to address the significant environmental and health impacts associated with the use of perchloroethylene (PCE), the chemical cleaning solvent used by the vast majority of dry cleaners in the United States. To help jump-start the diffusion of professional wet cleaning, a non-toxic alternative to dry cleaning, study authors administered a grant program to provide financial and technical assistance to 8 cleaners in the greater Los Angeles region interested in switching from dry cleaning to professional wet cleaning, and in serving as demonstration sites. A successful outreach campaign to recruit applicants to the grant program included: 9 information articles in the regional trade press, 6 direct mail flyers sent to cleaners in the region describing the grant program and announcing workshops and seminars, and 11 workshops and seminars hosted by dedicated professional wet cleaners. As consequences of these outreach efforts, 140 cleaners contacted the project staff for information on the grant program, 90 cleaners attended workshops and seminars, and 23 applications to the grant program were received. The 8 cleaners selected to receive professional wet cleaning demonstration site grants were converted over a 22-month period. Technical evaluation of the demonstration cleaners showed that each cleaner was able to maintain their level of service and customer base after switching to professional wet cleaning. Financial analysis revealed lowered operating costs, and the resource evaluation showed lowered electricity use after switching to professional wet cleaning. In regards to owner satisfaction, each of the demonstration site cleaners considered their decision to switch to professional wet cleaning to be a good business decision and would recommend professional wet cleaning to other cleaners needing to replace their existing cleaning equipment. The evaluation also revealed that training, proper installation and programming of equipment, and the availability of demonstration sites as primary factors facilitating a more rapid transition to this new technology. Implementation of the demonstration project resulted in the development of a regional infrastructure that will support further diffusion of professional wet cleaning. The study concludes with a series of recommendations to further promote the diffusion of professional wet cleaning and other potential pollution prevention technologies, including education, stakeholder, and policy and program recommendations for the greater Los Angeles region and beyond.
Source: Urban & Environmental Policy Institute, Occidental College
URL: http://stpp.ucla.edu/sites/default/files/Fashioning%20a%20Gr
eener%20Shade%20of%20Clean.pdf

Green Zia Environmental Excellence Program: Dry Cleaning [PDF]
Abstract: Guidance materials for improved environmental performance and pollution prevention in your dry cleaning business.
Source: New Mexico Environment Departemnt
URL: http://www.nmenv.state.nm.us/P2_Web/Dry_Cleaning_Packet.pdf

Integrating Pollution Prevention Technology into Public Policy: The Case of Professional Wet Cleaning [PDF]
Abstract: This paper discusses opportunities to promote pollution prevention technologies through public policy, describing the case of dry cleaning. The crisis in dry cleaning is associated with the industry's reliance on perchloroethylene (PCE), the chemical cleaning solvent used by the vast majority of cleaners. The limits to the current pollution control or end-of-pipe system of laws and regulations and the search for nontoxic alternatives are analyzed in light of the environmental and occupational hazards associated with PCE use. Criteria to evaluate those alternatives are then described, including their application to professional wet cleaning, a commercially available pollution prevention alternative to PCE. The article concludes with an evaluation of several public policy instruments that could be used to promote the diffusion of professional wet cleaning as a potential solution to this regulatory crisis. These include environmental and occupational regulations designed to reduce or eliminate risk from exposure to toxic substances as well as incentive-based programs. Both barriers and opportunities for the use of each instrument are identified. This review reveals that, while the pollution control approach to public policy has deepened the regulatory crisis in the garment care industry, policy instruments are currently available to create an effective transition toward a pollution prevention outcome.
Source: Pollution Prevention Center, Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College
URL: http://stpp.ucla.edu/sites/default/files/EnvSciTech.pdf

Profile of the Dry Cleaning Industry [PDF]
Abstract: EPA's Office of Compliance sector notebook project developed this Report, which is a profile of the dry cleaning industry.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/resources/publications/assista
nce/sectors/notebooks/dryclng.pdf


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Georgia Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Georgia Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Georgia Small Business Environmental Assistance Program
URL: http://www.gasmallbiz.org/downloads/BusinessSector/Drycleani
ng/2012dccalender.pdf

Illinois Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Illinois Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
URL: http://www.commerce.state.il.us/NR/rdonlyres/D6BE1F3D-CCB2-4
D57-9727-18BF5001661F/0/2012DryCleanWrkbk.pdf

Iowa Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Iowa Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/41/40741.pdf

Louisiana Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Louisiana Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
URL: http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/assistance/sba
p/2006%20Dry%20Cleaner%20Calendar.pdf

Minnesota Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Abstract: Minnesota Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/view-document.html?gid=
1540

Missouri Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Missouri Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Missouri Department of Natural Resources
URL: http://www.dnr.mo.gov/pubs/pub1310.pdf

Nebraska Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Nebraska Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
URL: http://www.deq.state.ne.us/Publica.nsf/cc15784d3ca6502486257
5080057889b/245e6574be4f4ed4862574e5004e72e2/$FILE/1M%20
-%20Dry%20Cleaner%20Compliance%20Calendar%202012-2013.pdf

New Jersey Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: New Jersey Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: New Jersey Small Business Environmental Assistance Program
URL: http://www.nj.gov/dep/opppc/small/dry06eng.pdf

Oregon Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Oregon Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
URL: http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/pubs/factsheets/cu/dryclnr/ENG
ComplianceCalendar.pdf

Pennsylvania Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar (2006) [PDF]
Abstract: Pennsylvania Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar (2006)
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
URL: http://www.elibrary.dep.state.pa.us/dsweb/Get/Document-89671
/2013%20Drycleaners%20Compliance%20calendar%20-%20Englis
h%20with%20Korean%20Instructions%20insert.pdf

Pennsylvania Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar (2007) [PDF]
Abstract: Pennsylvania Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar (2007)
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
URL: http://www.elibrary.dep.state.pa.us/dsweb/Get/Document-89671
/2013%20Drycleaners%20Compliance%20calendar%20-%20Englis
h%20with%20Korean%20Instructions%20insert.pdf

Utah Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Utah Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Utah Department of Environmental Quality
URL: http://www.airquality.utah.gov/Permits/FORMS/2006.pdf

Virginia Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Virginia Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Virginia Small Business Assistance Program
URL: http://www.deq.virginia.gov/Portals/0/DEQ/Air/SmallBusinessA
ssistance/2013-2014%202%20Year%20DEQ%20Dry%20Cleaner%20C
ompliance%20Calendar.pdf

Wisconsin Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar [PDF]
Abstract: Wisconsin Dry Cleaner Compliance Calendar
Source: Department of Commerce Small Business Clean Air Assistance Program
URL: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/CompAssist/documents/sb/sb-dryCleanC
alendar2012-2013.pdf


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Case Study: Wetcleaning Systems for Garment Care [PDF]
Abstract: The EPA Design for the Environment (DfE) Program recognizes the wetcleaning process (i.e., waterbased cleaning systems) as one example of an environmentally-preferable technology that can effectively clean garments.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/dfe/pubs/garment/wsgc/wetclean.pdf

Have You Considered "Wet" Dry Cleaning? [PDF]
Abstract: A dry cleaner's story of switching from dry cleaning to "wet" cleaning.
Source: Kansas SBEAP
URL: http://www.sbeap.org/publications/Wet_DryClean_CaseStudy.pdf

Real World Wetcleaning [PDF]
Abstract: A published study for three well established wetcleaning shops.
Source: Center for Neighborhood Technology
URL: http://www.cnt.org/repository/Real-World-Wetcleaning.pdf


- Fact sheet/checklist -    Top of Page

A Pollution Prevention Guide for the Dry Cleaning Industry: Three R's For the 90's Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Abstract: Information on reducing waste in the dry cleaning process.
Source: Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
URL: http://www.dnrec.state.de.us/deldrycl.htm

A Simple Guide to Air Quality Rules For Perc Dry Cleaners
Abstract: Designed to clarify dry cleaner air quality rules.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/ttn/atw/dryperc/percguid.html

Alternative Aqueous Cleaning Systems for Dry Cleaners
Abstract: This fact sheet offers information regarding wet cleaning techniques and benefits.
Source: MN Tap
URL: http://mntap.umn.edu/source/11-3/aque-d1.htm

Alternative Aqueous Cleaning Systems for Dry Cleaners
Abstract: This fact sheet offers information regarding wet cleaning techniques and benefits.
Source: MN Tap
URL: http://mntap.umn.edu/source/11-3/aque-d1.htm

Cleaner Technologies Substitutes Assessment: Professional Fabricare Process [PDF]
Abstract: Explains Design for the Environment Garment and Textile Care Industry
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/dfe/pubs/garment/ctsa/fabricare.pdf

Evaluation and Demonstration of Wet Cleaning Alternatives to Perchroroethylene-based Garment Care (Final Report)
Abstract: Describes benefit of new wet-cleaning technology.
Source: EPA
URL: http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_abstracts//fuseaction/dis
play.abstractDetail/abstract/945

Garment Care Fact Sheet [PDF]
Abstract: Green Cleaning fact sheet for dry cleaning.
Source: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
URL: http://www.ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/p2/garment_care/dry_cleaning
_full_version_%28updates_march_2010%29.pdf

Health Risks Associated with Perchloroethylene Exposure [PDF]
Abstract: List of short- and long-term health risks associated with PERC.
Source: Pollution Prevention Center, Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College
URL: http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/hesis/Documents/perc.pdf

RCRA in Focus: Dry Cleaning [PDF]
Abstract: An overview of basic federal regulations covering wastes that are likely to be hazardous in the dry cleaning business.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/osw/inforesources/pubs/infocus/dryclean.p
df


- Manual/handbook/curriculum -    Top of Page

Dry Cleaner Reference Manual: Complying with Washington State and Federal Environmental Regulations [PDF]
Abstract: Helping dry cleaners comply with state and national environmental regulations.
Source: Washington State Department of Ecology
URL: http://www.epa.gov/ttn/atw/dryperc/dryclean.pdf

Nebraska Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaner Compliance Manual [PDF]
Abstract: The purpose of this manual is to help Nebraska dry cleaning facilities using perchloroethylene understand and comply with state and federal environmental regulations.
Source: Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
URL: http://www.deq.state.ne.us/Publica.nsf/0/dc648e973ff3c87d862
572800066b01d/$FILE/06-274.pdf

P2 for Dry Cleaners [PDF]
Abstract: MI DEQ & RETAP Pollution Prevention Training Manual
Source: MI DEQ
URL: http://www.deq.state.mi.us/documents/deq-ess-retap-ppt_P2-Dr
yCleaning.pdf

Plain English Guide for Perc Cleaners
Abstract: : The Plain English Guide for Perc Dry Cleaners was developed to assist owners and operators of perchloroethylene (perc) dry cleaning facilities in understanding and complying with federal air, hazardous waste, and wastewater regulations. Your state or local government may have additional requirements. EPA regional office air/small business coordinators are listed in Appendix A to help identify your state and local contacts.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/dfe/pubs/garment/perc/index.htm

Training Curriculum for Alternative Clothes Cleaning [PDF]
Abstract: This training course teaches garment care professionals and staff about a new way to clean garments. This course explains how wet cleaning works and how to operate a wet cleaning facility.
Source: The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute
URL: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/dfe/pubs/garment/tech_rep/clothes.pd
f


- Other resources -    Top of Page

Clean Scene: Chance Cards [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 3 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSChanceCards.pdf

Clean Scene: Correlation to National Standards [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 1 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/Correlations.pdf

Clean Scene: Gameboard [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 5 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSgameboard.pdf

Clean Scene: National Standards Checklist [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 2 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/correlChart.pdf

Clean Scene: Student Decision Sheet [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 4 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSDecisions.pdf

Clean Scene: Student Instruction Sheet [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 6 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSInstructions.pdf

Clean Scene: Student Tally Sheet [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 7 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSTally.pdf

Clean Scene: Teacher's Guide [PDF]
Abstract: Business, math and environmental science 7-12th grade teachers can impact student achievement by using The Clean Scene in their classrooms. The game is a real-life simulation in which students make business decisions. Then they play a board game where they reap benefits and suffer consequences of their decisions. The lesson introduces students to small business decision-making, entrepreneurship, pollution prevention, economics and finance. Part 8 of 8.
Source: Iowa Waste Reduction Center
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/15/14828/CSTeachGuide.pdf


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Center for Neighborhood Technology
Abstract: Since 1978, Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) has been a leader in promoting urban sustainability--the more effective use of existing resources and community assets to improve the health of natural systems and the wealth of people, today and in the future.
Source: Center for Neighborhood Technology
URL: http://www.cnt.org/

Compliance Assistance
Abstract: Compliance assistance providers help regulated communities and businesses comply with environmental laws through one-to-one counseling, online resource centers, fact sheets, guides and training.
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/assistance/index.html

Dry Cleaning - Operations
Abstract: Describes the basic steps of the garment cleaning process and a description of material inputs, processes, and wastes
Source: P2Ric
URL: http://www.epa.gov/oaqps001/community/details/drycleaning.ht
ml

Dry Cleaning & Laundry Institute International
Abstract: The Drycleaning & Laundry Institute (DLI) has been the premier international trade association for garment care professionals since 1883.
Source: Dry Cleaning & Laundry Institute International
URL: http://www.ifi.org/

Dry Cleaning: Background and Overview
Abstract: Contains information about dry cleaning demographic distribution, the functions of dry cleaning businesses, and their role in the U.S. economy.
Source: P2Ric
URL: http://www.p2ric.org/p2information/topichubs/

Glossary of Dry Cleaning Terms
Abstract: A glossary of terms related to dry cleaning.
Source: State Coalition for Remediation of Dry Cleaners
URL: http://www.drycleancoalition.org/docdisplay.cfm?doc=dcglossa
ry.htm

Green Earth Cleaning
Abstract: Information about dry cleaning with an environmentally responsible approach.
Source: Green Earth Cleaning
URL: http://www.greenearthcleaning.com/

Green Earth Cleaning
Abstract: Information about dry cleaning with an environmentally responsible approach.
Source: Green Earth Cleaning
URL: http://www.greenearthcleaning.com/

Safety and Health Topics: Dry Cleaning
Abstract: This website contains a list of questions that link to safety and health information relevant to dry cleaning.
Source: Occupational Safety and Health Administration
URL: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/drycleaning/

Small Business
Abstract: OSHA offers many resources to small businesses to establish safety and health programs and find and fix hazards to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses.
Source: Occupational Health and Safety Administration
URL: http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/index.html

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