California Air Resources Board: Dry Cleaning Program


Subject:
California: Business , California: Environment & Energy , Business Enterprises , Air Quality

Description:
Environmental programs in California related to perchloroethylene, "identified as a toxic air contaminant in 1991. Perc emissions in California result primarily from the use of the solvent in dry cleaning operations." Includes material about the Toxic Dry Cleaning Incentive Program that provides financial assistance to the dry cleaning industry to switch from systems using perchloroethylene to non-toxic and non-smog-forming alternatives.

Publisher:
California Air Resources Board

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.arb.ca.gov/toxics/dryclean/dryclean.htm


PID= res:lii-21887