As a courtesy to the dry cleaning community, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management is providing complimentary compliance calendars, which includes charts to document pertinent monitoring data and assist with the recordkeeping requirements. The calendar also features monthly tips to remind small businesses of their regulatory requirements and the frequency at which their machines should be monitored.
Dry cleaners that use the chemical perchloroethylene are required to comply with strict control device standards to minimize air emissions. In addition, these facilities are required to comply with specific monitoring and recordkeeping requirements as set forth by U.S. EPA.
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