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Re: Perc bans



So if I was using PERC, and wanted to get away from it, what would I
do?  The sites I looked at said "we are redesigning the process...working
on changing the industry etc..."  It sounds like there aren't many
alternatives out there for a shop, but I know there must be some specific
alternatives.

Specificly, we are working with some facilities that need to clean grease
off employee uniforms.  They want to use "an environmentally friendly
soap."  These facilities are south of the border, and probably won't make
large capital investments.  

Any ideas?

Thomas Vinson, Engineering Specialist
Industrial Pollution Prevention, Office of Pollution Prevention and
Recycling
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission
MC-112, PO BOX 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087
512/239-3182