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From 1st January 2013, new regulations governing installations and activities using organic solvents that are certified by local authorities, such as vehicle refinishers and dry cleaners, are being introduced. The new regulations were drafted following a consultation process with key …
With the French Ministries of Ecology and Labour having announced a ban on the use of perchloroethylene in french dry cleaning & laundry facilities, Dry Cleaners
JUST ONE COMPANY is responsible for certifying dry cleaning companies to operate in Ireland.
Under the Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Organic Solvents Regulations
Dry Cleaners: Are you being caught out during your solvent Inspection? Do you feel Ripped Off? Is the information being sought trivial or immaterial in your opinion? Do you find
Dry cleaners and laundrettes can find themselves exposed to damage claims. In an earlier article entitled the Life Expectancy of Clothes
Cleaning Services in Ireland
Consumers are being encouraged to buy more Irish goods in order to boost employment prospects here.
Cleaning companies often require low initial start-up costs making them very attractive to first-time entrepreneurs. The Irish cleaning market is dominated by smaller players, making cleaning