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Dry Cleaning Station

unknown Most Dry cleaners use a chemical called perchloroethylene , or perc, as a solvent to remove organic matter from clothing. The chemical is classified as toxic waste by the EPA and will not only contaminate the soil after it’s been flushed down the drain but has been proven to affect the nervous system in cases of high exposure. Dry Cleaning Station , located on Solomons Island Rd. in Annapolis, uses GreenEarth Solvent, a silicone-based (sand) solution which has been shown to clean garments more thoroughly and gently with no hazardous effect to you or the environment.