Waste not, want not! By: Garry Knox We often find ourselves in a situation where we are appalled by the amount of food that is thrown away. Not just by our loved ones but by fast food companies and supermarkets too. Often it can be food hygiene regulations, certainly where fresh food is concerned, that stops that food going to a good cause. Not only could the amount of food going to landfill be reduced but equally it could be put to good use by the vulnerable people in our societies. Well now a
At the many family dinners, festive parties, and neighborhood open houses this holiday season, you want your table to look perfect. Many linens are special, especially when they are gifts or heirlooms handed down from generation to generation. But unfortunately, even on holidays, people have "accidents" and spill food and drinks. As a result, knowing how to properly care for your linens becomes especially important.
Today we’d like to introduce you to John Camerino. John, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today. As a second generation dry cleaner, I am very passionate about providing my customers with the best environmentally friendly dry cleaning in San Diego. That is why I chose the GreenEarth Cleaning Process. My business philosophy is to treat all customers with care and respect and to make sure that every customer leaves “HAPPY”. And if you are not, I will reach out to you personally to find out what I can do to make you happy. Stop by today and see what makes us the “Veribest” in garment care.
SBA Update No Cause For Concern By: Zarah Eads The Small Business Administration (SBA) recently announced an update to its Standard Operating Procedure regarding Lender and Development Company Loan Programs. And once again, being a GreenEarth Affiliate pays off. *Cue hair flip* It will go into effect Jan. 1, 2018. However, loans that were approved prior still fall under the previous SOP edition. The new policy concerns dry cleaners’ use of solvents. Any on-site cleaning facilities that ha
Sustainable Customers By: Ron Benjamin How can we build a world that is sustainable now?   How can we insure that our children's children can continue to enjoy today's world tomorrow? Recently on October 20th, Professor Lorynn Divita of …The post Sustainable Customers appeared first on GreenEarth Cleaning.
Get Clean Here! By: Joe Blaha GreenEarth Cleaning since 1999 has championed the introduction of the only truly sustainable, environmentally non-toxic, non-hazardous, affordable, and effective alternative to all those solvents available that are built upon a carbon based petrochemical foundation. The GreenEarth solution is pure liquid silicone and not an organic petrochemical solvent…it is uniquely different! Being a completely different chemistry has led many in this industry to question
Bringing The GreenEarth Family Together By: Garry Knox The last weekend in September, saw GreenEarth® Affiliates come together once again in our home town of Kansas City, Missouri. It's so nice to see lots of familiar faces and new ones …The post Bringing The GreenEarth Family Together appeared first on GreenEarth Cleaning.
When Salomon Mishaan was a boy growing up in Colombia, he used to go to work with his father on Saturdays. There, in the family business, he learned the art of crafting yarn, weaving it into textiles and creating garments. Over the years, Mishaan worked his way up in the business, eventually become a managing director. Then his career took a different path, with a move into the plastics industry in Venezuela. Mishaan eventually became president and CEO of Polifilm, which manufactured automotive
Don’t Be Green Washed By: Aaron Newport Most people by now are aware of the dangers of traditional dry cleaning methods. A chemical known as “PERC”, still widely used in dry cleaning today, has been classified as a likely carcinogen and is also a ground and air contaminant. This is why we are so passionate about what we do. In response to this classification, many “alternative solvents” have surfaced throughout the last twenty years. Most have not had much success
Achieving Sustainability By: Ron Benjamin The overall goal of achieving sustainability for our planet requires that all systems on the planet are also becoming more sustainable over time. And while there are large-scale world-wide endeavors, such as manufacturing, agriculture and aquaculture, energy generation, technology, and the entire service sector that fall under that global sustainability umbrella, so too must small business do its fair share as well. Optimizing sustainability in the dry

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