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NY State Dry Cleaner Regulations
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See: dry cleaner regulation leaving NYCWasteLess at NY State Dept of Environmental Conservation

Law: Laws of NY State leaving NYCWasteLess (Search for Environmental Conservation Law (ENV),
Article 19: Air Pollution Control)

Regulations: NY Codes, Rules and Regulations leaving NYCWasteLess (Search for Title 6, Chapter 3, Part 232: Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Facilities) Regulations also posted at NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation leaving NYCWasteLess

Summary: The NY State Dry Cleaner Rule is an air pollution control regulation applicable dry cleaning facilities that use Perc chemicals (perchloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, tetrachloroethene, and PCE) to reduce exposure and contain releases of these substances. The regulations detail the proper design of Perc dry cleaner facilities and equipment, and describe required performance standards, record keeping and reporting requirements, certification and training, and phased replacement of older technologies.

Non-Perc dry cleaning facilities must comply with general process emissions standards leaving NYCWasteLess.

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