What Is A Hazardous Communication Plan And Why Do I Need One? By: Adam J. Herrmann in Collaboration with Steve Henshaw

Do you have a Hazardous Communication Program (HazCom Program) in place? If you are a dry cleaning facility and use tetrachloroethylene (PERC) and/or other chemicals for dry cleaning or spotting, then you should have a current and updated HazCom Program in place. In 1983, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released the Hazardous Communication […]

The Environmental Corner BY Steve Henshaw and Keith Gaskill

Green Clean How:  “Environmental” Is Remediation? Environmental impact due to historical drycleaning practices is not a rarity. In fact, it’s common to find drycleaning solvents in the soil, groundwater and vapor under and around current and former drycleaning facilities. A big part of our job is to figure out the means to best remediate the […]