Ecology Publications & Forms
Focus on: Dry cleaners and perchloroethylene (PERC) (Historical)
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|Description||PERC drycleaners will no longer be allowed to mist, dispose of to the sewer, or evaporate separator water. Letters explaining these guidelines will be mailed to affected cleaners during the summer of 2019. Technical assistance visits to support best practices for waste handling will start in the fall of 2019.|
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|Keywords||perchloroethylene, perchloroethylene dry cleaners, dry cleaner, PERC|
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PERC Equipment Replacement Voucher Questions and Answers
Decommissioning perchloroethylene (PERC) dry cleaning machines
Enfoque en: Tintorerías y percloroetileno (PERC)
중점 요약: 드라이클리닝과 퍼크 (PERC)
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