Simple Steps to Greener Living

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Three hundred million single use plastic bags go into U.S. landfills each year.

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May 28, 2009

Dry Cleaning Bags

Next time you pop in the dry cleaners
Let them know you'd like to go greener
Bring a bag when you pick up your clothes
Reusable garment bags have many pros

Left Holding The Bag

  • Before heading out to pick up the next round of dry cleaning, bring your own garment bag to transport clothes home. Most dry cleaning places won't mind and you'll be saving countless plastic bags every month.
  • If you hate plastic bags, cotton garment bags made specifically for those who love to dry clean but hate to pollute, are a great alternative.  Some new garment bags can double as a duffel bag and a suit bag.
  • Take it a step further and bring all your clothing to a green dry cleaner that uses less harmful chemicals. Dry cleaning may be a part of our daily lives but you can ditch the plastic bag that comes with it and help the environment.


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