“As part of a cooperative effort between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the professional garment and textile care industry, the EPA Design for the Environment (DfE) Program recognizes the wetcleaning process (i.e., water-based cleaning systems) as one example of an environmentally-preferable technology that can effectively clean garments.”
—Wetcleaning Systems for Garment Care
According to the EPA, Wet Cleaning has no chemical smell, no hazardous chemical use and no hazardous waste generation. Wetcleaning gets your whites whiter and has better cleaning performance for some items, like a sequenced party dress.
At Runway, we use specialized equipment and a highly trained staff who understand the fundamentals of fibers and fabrics. Runway is always on the next page as to what’s the newest/best/latest cleaning/finishing equipment, and fibers and fabrics. Honoring our commitment to operating Green, we are constantly evolving newer, better, and more cost-effective ways to run our business. Our efforts reflect our commitment to offer a service that is both good for you and better for our environment.