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Air Permitting - Division of Air Resource Management - FDEP
Title V General Permits are for area sources of air pollution, such as perchloroethylene dry cleaners, chromium electroplating and anodizing facilities, halogenated solvent degreasers, ethylene oxide sterilizers, and secondary aluminum ...

Division of Air Resource Management - FDEP
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaner National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants, the State of Florida has adopted by reference the federal rule, 40 CFR 63, Subpart M, Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Facilities. The federal regulations require the submission of a Notification of Compliance Status by July 28, 2008. For further information please read the Perc Dry ... More from this site

General Orders of approval
Gas Powered Emergency Electrical Generator General Order for Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaners Using Less than 2100 Gallons per Year Application for a Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaner Using Less than 2100 Gallons per Year General ...

Organic Gases (Volatile Organic Compounds - VOCs) | An Introduction to Indoor Air Quality | Indoor Air | Air | US EPA
Keep exposure to perchloroethylene emissions from newly dry-cleaned materials to a minimum. Perchloroethylene is the chemical most widely used in dry cleaning. In laboratory studies, it ... this chemical both in homes where dry-cleaned goods are stored and as they wear dry-cleaned clothing. Dry cleaners recapture the perchloroethylene during the dry-cleaning process so they can ...

Coalition for Clean Air - Reports - Hung Out To Dry
Coalition for Clean Air - Reports - Hung Out To Dry Hung Out To Dry How the Use of Perchloroethylene in Dry Cleaning Endangers You and Your Family's Health > Press Release > Full Report Most Americans are unaware that over 85 percent of the more than 35,000 dry cleaners ...

California Will Phase Out Toxic Dry Cleaning Chemical in 15 Years
Californians. The California Air Resources Board approved its staff plan to phase out the toxic dry cleaning chemical, perchloroethylene, also known as perc, by 2023. “For too long, dry cleaners have been hung out to dry by the chemical companies,” ... More from this site

EcoNews, Serving the Vision of a Sustainable Vancouver Island
Victoria’s only solvent-free dry cleaning operation. The regular method uses perchloroethylene, a nasty toxic and suspected carcinogen. After much research, they were able ... Sugarman, Holland America’s corporate executive housekeeper, why they didn’t use a solvent-free dry-cleaning system like Elite’s for their crew, staff and guest clothing. Sugarman jumped in ...

Governors Award Winners 2001
Producers of Reardan, grows and markets wheat under the Shepherds Grain label, the first dry-land eco-friendly trademark in the marketplace. The co-owners and member farmers grow their ... , is the first dry cleaner in Washington to provide carbon dioxide cleaning. Before the switch, Corrys bought, used and paid to dispose of hazardous chemicals, such as perchloroethylene (perc). Perc is ...

Sustainable Living Articles
Dirty on Dry Cleaning [494] first rights available Summary: Dry cleaners have a dirty habit. The overwhelming majority of dry cleaners use a toxic solvent known as PERC (short for perchloroethylene) to remove dirt and stains from fine fabrics. This article helps consumers of dry cleaning services understand ...

Green Web Guide: Room by room suggestions for greening the home.
Dry Cleaning...Most dry cleaners use perchloroethylene (PERC) to clean clothes, and it is toxic. The EPA says it ... water wells and is a suspected carcinogen. Instead of taking your garments labeled "DRY CLEAN ONLY" to the dry cleaners, consider professional wet cleaning instead. Professional wet cleaning is an effective ... More from this site

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