Did you know that most dry cleaners use harmful chemicals, like PERC? PERC threatens the health and safety of workers, and the people getting their clothes cleaned. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it can also seep into our water, soil, and the air. How can you get uniform laundry service without posing a threat to yourself, others, and the environment?
Eco Friendly Dry Cleaners
Although PERC is widely used, it is not the only way to get laundry clean. Dry cleaners can launder clothing with a “Dry Clean Only” label safely, without risking worker and patron health, and working to save the environment at the same time. How else can you be eco friendly, other than green dry cleaning?
Whether you, and your employees, work in college food service, banquet halls, catering, country clubs, or nursing homes, chances are you will need uniforms. Consider renting uniforms to reduce environmental impact. Whether you rent uniforms, or choose to have them embroidered with the company logo and employee names, bringing them to professional, eco friendly dry cleaners can help you keep your employees safe, and your company out of the line of fire.
Eco friendly dry cleaners are moving away from harmful toxins and chemicals like PERC, and moving toward keeping employees, patrons, and the environment safe. For more about this, go here.