Today is World Kindness Day 

Hugs are free. So are smiles. Sometimes coffee is… if someone buys it for you. Hey, what if you bought a coffee for someone today? Or lunch? Or a glass of wine? Today is World Kindness Day, so it’s the perfect time to pop into these local spots and treat someone. After all, sharing is caring and caring is kind.


Gladly we can dry clean one man’s suit or one woman’s suit by 50%.

In only a week (Until Nov, 20)

263 Post Ave, Westbury In Joe’s Organic Cleaners.   

Which of them is used as solvent for dry cleaning?

Effective environmental protection. Well thought out – Solvon K4 for a sustainable future: We take over responsibility – for the protection of human health and our environment. That is why all components of K4 Systems in such a way that they fulfill stringent, statutory environmental regulations

The cleaned textiles have a fresh scent.
Excellent cleaning power for water-soluble and lipophilic statins.
Gentle cleaning of textiles, leather, and furs.
Very pleasant and smooth feel.
High wearing comfort.
Bright colors.
Increased protection against textiles



Joe’s Organic Cleaners to boast of an “organic” cleaning technique that is non-toxic and environmentally benign.

Clearly, we are trying to capitalize on the consumers’ pursuit of all things wholesome.

We use the environmentally safe alternative solvent,

Our ability to maintain this cleaning as bio Based “Organic Dry and Wet Cleaning”


Joe’s Organic Cleaners Invests in Organic Dry Cleaning for a More Sustainable Future

Membership of Green Business Bureau – Joe’s Organic Cleaners























Joe’s Organic Cleaners had a clear green mission, to protect the health of their people, their town and the local environment.   Core to that mission was replacing their cleaning system with a new state-of-the-art organic dry cleaning solution. They knew becoming an eco-friendly business was key to their future and the right thing to do.


Whether it’s to keep up with the competition or to abide by new legislation that is being introduced, today’s business environment is reinforcing eco-friendly business practices more and more. Some businesses are making green changes because they have to, but others are making them out of a belief in creating a positive impact for the communities they serve. Joe’s Organic Cleaners, a new Green Business Bureau Member, is setting out to do just that at their Westbury, New York dry cleaning business.


By focusing on using an organic cleaning technique that is non-toxic and environmentally friendly, Joe’s Organic Cleaners is well prepared to meet the upcoming sustainability regulations in New York which will require dry cleaning businesses in residential buildings to discontinue the use of perc machines by December 21, 2020. They are ahead of the game with their investment in a dry cleaning machine that uses a non-toxic, K4 system. The bio-based K4 system not only cleans clothes in an environmentally friendly way, but it is also highly effective at cleaning garments. This has allowed the company to continue to provide a high level of quality service while successfully using a safer cleaning solvent.


In addition to investing in the K4 cleaning system, Joe’s Organic Cleaners is also focusing on other sustainability programs. These include:

  • Using dry cleaning distillation chill water re-use for laundry;

  • Installing LED light bulbs for both in and outdoor use;

  • Undertaking an Apollo steam trap audit and installation program; and

  • Providing a hanger and plastic recycling program to customers.

These changes have reinforced the company’s commitment to sustainability, while also providing customers with ways to get involved in their green focus areas.


“We are trying to protect the health of the people in our building and community, and its important our residents and customers know we upgraded our dry cleaning machines to do that,” said Alex Kim, owner of Joe’s Organic Cleaners. “We may be a small business dry cleaning company, but we care about overall human health and ensuring effective environmental protection for a sustainable future. Complying with environmental regulations well before they go into effect is a bonus.”

Through a combination of investment in the latest technology, using the best available solvents and chemicals, and employing skilled employees, Joe’s Organic Cleaners is truly taking a green stand in the dry cleaning industry.  Their GBB membership is yet another step that demonstrates their commitment to sustainability and being a truly green business.

The Green Business Bureau is the trusted authority in green business

Green Business Bureau – Environmental Certification for Small Business

About The Green Business Bureau


GBB membership offers the most recognized and trusted online green business certification program available for small and medium-sized businesses seeking market recognition for their commitment to sustainable business practices.

Green Business Bureau’s globally recognized and unique self-paced certification process credits member businesses for green efforts already completed, while empowering further improvement through step-by-step guides for implementing green best practices.

The Green Business Bureau program is based on the concept that good business and green business go hand-in-hand. All initiatives are money saving and deliver significant return on investment that empower member companies to grow stronger and healthier every day.

그린 비즈니스 사무국에 대하


GBB 회원은 지속 가능한 비즈니스 관행에 대한 그들의 공약에 대한 시장인지를 모색하는 중소기업에서 가장 인정 받고 신뢰할 수 있는 온라인 친환경 비즈니스 인증 프로그램을 제공합니다.

녹색 사업 관리국의 세계적으로 인정되고 독특한 자체 진행 인증 과정은 친환경 모범 사례를 구현하기위한 단계별 가이드를 통해 추가 개선을 강화하는 동시에 이미 완료된 친환경 활동에 대한 회원 비즈니스에 기여합니다.

그린 비즈니스 뷰로 프로그램은 좋은 비즈니스와 친환경 비즈니스가 함께하는 개념에 기반합니다. 모든 이니셔티브는 비용을 절감하고 회원 기업이 매일 더 강력하고 건강하게 성장할 수 있도록 상당한 투자 수익을 제공합니다.

What is your business name? *

How would you explain what your business does? Please provide a brief bio. *

What are the key green initiatives your company has completed?

What are the key green initiatives you plan for the near future?

Why did you join the Green Business Bureau?

How do plan on promoting your GBB membership and certification?

귀하의 상호는 무엇입니까? *

귀하의 비즈니스가하는 일을 어떻게 설명 있습니까? 간단한 생체를 제공하십시오.

귀사가 완료 주요 녹색 활동은 무엇입니까?

가까운 미래에 계획하고있는 주요 녹색 전략은 무엇입니까?

그린 비즈니스 관리국에 가입 했습니까?

귀하의 GBB 회원 자격 증진 계획을 어떻게 계획합니까?


Joe’s Organic Cleaners


Joe’s Organic Cleaners to boast of an “organic” cleaning technique that is non-toxic and environmentally benign. Clearly, we are trying to capitalize on the consumers’ pursuit of all things wholesome. We use the environmentally safe alternative solvent, Our ability to maintain this cleaning as bio Based “Organic Dry and Wet Cleaning”


Using the environmentally safe alternative solvent, this cleaning as bio Based “SystemK4″

Using microorganisms to clean the boiler or process management

Prohibition of the use of chemical substances by avoiding wet cleaning

Using dry cleaning distillation chill water reuse for laundry;

Installation a LED light bulb transition for In&Out Door Solar light

Undertaking an apollo steam trap audit and installation

Providing a hanger and plastic recycling program to customers


The current state regulations in New York state that dry cleaning in residential buildings requires the use of Perc machines to be discontinued by December 21, 2020 and replaced with alternative solvent systems, such as hydro-carbon equipment. We are trying to protect the health of the people working in the building. – I would like to explain this to the residents, and we will exchange our dry cleaning machines and dry cleaners.


Despite being a small business dry cleaner’s doing. I want to think about human health and effective environmental protection for a sustainable future and why we are complying with environmental regulations through GBB.


Through a combination of investment in the latest technology, using the best available solvents and chemicals and by employing skilled employees we provide the highest level of quality and service.


Based on the concept of Organic Dry Cleaning  Business through Green Business View program.  Step by step…


Joe ‘s Organic Cleaners 독성 환경 친화적 유기세정 기술을 자랑합니다. 분명히, 우리는 모든 것이 건전한 소비자의 추구를 이용 하려고 합니다. 우리는 환경 친화적 대체 용매를 사용합니다. 바이오 기반 세정으로 유지하는 우리의 능력유기 건식 습식 세정


환경 친화적 대체 용매를 사용하여 바이오 기반 세정 “SystemK4”

보일러 또는 공정 관리를 위해 미생물 사용

습식 세정을 피함으로써 화학 물질 사용 금지

세탁물을 위한 드라이 클리닝 증류 냉수 재사용;

In & Out Door LED 전조등 설치

아폴로 스팀 트랩 감사 설치 착수

행거 플라스틱 재활용 프로그램을 고객에게 제공


뉴욕주의 현행 규정에 따르면 주거용 건물의 드라이 클리닝에서는 퍼크 기계 사용을 2020 12 21 일까지 중단하고 탄화수소 장비와 같은 대체 용제 시스템으로 대체 해야 한다고 규정하고 있습니다. 우리는 건물에서 일하는 사람들의 건강을 보호하려고 노력하고 있습니다. – 사실을 거주자에게 설명하고 싶습니다. 드라이 클리닝 기계와 드라이 클리닝업자를 교환 것입니다.


중소 기업 드라이 클리닝업자 일을 하고 있음에도 불구하고. 저는 지속 가능한 미래를 위한 인간의 건강과 효과적인 환경 보호, 그리고 GBB 통한 환경 규제 준수에 대해 생각하고 싶습니다.


최신 기술에 대한 투자, 최상의 용매 화학 물질 사용 숙련 직원 채용을 통해 우리는 최고 수준의 품질과 서비스를 제공합니다.


그린 비즈니스 프로그램을 통한 유기 드라이 클리닝 비즈니스의 컨셉을 바탕으로 합니다. 단계별로




What type of green story would you like to share? *

A benefit that my company provides to make the world better.

우리 회사가 세상을 개선하기 위해 제공하는 혜택.


우선은 나의 드라이 클리너스 홈페이지를 통하여 홍보하고 ,구글,엘피 등도 사용합니다. 향후에 GBB 블로그 이용도 고려 할것이다 하지만 좀더 시간이 필요하다. 감사합니다.

First of all, I promote it through my dry cleaners homepage and use Google, Elf, etc. I will consider using the GBB blog in the future, but it will take more time. Thank you.

English  Korean

We start with a New Organic Dry Cleaning Systems. We put in a new type of dry cleaning machine that uses Non-toxic bio-based K4 Systems. We take to the Protection of Our town people health and environment.

새로운 유기 드라이 클리닝 시스템으로 시작합니다. 독성 바이오 기반 K4 시스템을 사용하는 새로운 유형의 드라이 클리닝 기계를 도입했습니다. 우리는 마을 사람들의 건강과 환경을 보호합니다.

Korean  English

그린 비즈니스 뷰로 프로그램을 통하여 친환경 비즈니스을 함께하는 개념을 기반으로. 한걸음씩

Based on the concept of eco-friendly business through Green Business View program. One step …

Korean  English

뉴욕주의 규정은 주거용 건물내 세탁소들은 퍼크 기계 사용을 2020 1221일까지 중지하고 하이드로 카본 기기 대체 솔벤트 기기로 교체하도록 하고 있다. 건물에서 일하는 사람들의 건강을 지키기 위해서 추진하고 있다이같은 내용을 주민들에게 설명하고 우리 드라이클리너에서는 드라이크리닝 머쉰을 교체하고 건강과 환경을 우선시하는 우리의 잎장을 전하고 싶다.

The current state regulations in New York state that dry cleaning in residential buildings requires the use of Perc machines to be discontinued by December 21, 2020 and replaced with alternative solvent systems, such as hydro-carbon equipment. We are trying to protect the health of the people working in the building. – I would like to explain this to the residents, and we will exchange our dry cleaning machines and dry cleaners.

Member of Green Business Bureau – Joe’s Organic Cleaners

















Membership of Green Business Bureau – Joe’s Organic Cleaners

What Really Happens at the Dry Cleaner? Dry Cleaning.

Dry-Cleaning-What Really Happens at the Dry Cleaner


The term dry cleaning is a bit of a misnomer. In the United States, the dry cleaning process refers to cleaning clothes and fabrics by using a chemical solvent rather than water. The dry cleaning process is typically used on clothes and fabrics that cannot withstand the rigors of a standard home washer and dryer. It also eliminates the need for more time-consuming hand washing.

In reality, the cleaning is almost always done with liquids, however, the chemical solvent contains little or no water. While cleaning the surface of fabrics, it does not penetrate the fibers like water does in a washing machine. This process preserves the desirable qualities of many fabrics and helps to prevent shrinking and stretching.

Most dry cleaners also offer wet cleaning for washable items like starched shirts, slacks, and household linens,

The Commercial Dry Cleaning Process

The commercial dry cleaning process begins in your local dry cleaning storefront when you drop off your dirty clothes. Today, most dry cleaners do not have very large and expensive cleaning equipment on-site; many will transport your laundry to a central cleaning facility. This is more cost-efficient than having machines at every drop-off location. There are several steps for each item cleaned:

  1. Garment Tagging: Every item is tagged with an identification number. Some cleaners use paper tags that are stapled or pinned to the garment. Others use an iron-on strip with a permanently assigned barcode for regular customers. Similar soiled garments from different customers are cleaned together and tagging ensures that your clothes are returned to you.
  2. Garment Inspection: Before clothes are cleaned, they are inspected for items left in pockets, rips, tears, and missing buttons. These items are returned to customers and problems are noted as issues known prior to cleaning.
  3. Stain Pretreatment: As part of the inspection process, the cleaner checks for stains on the clothes and treats them prior to the solvent cleaning process. If you know what caused a specific stain, it is extremely helpful to tell the cleaner to get the best results in the stain removal process. This is also the time a good cleaner removes or covers delicate buttons and trim to prevent damage.
  4. Machine Dry Cleaning: Soiled clothes are loaded into a large drum machine and cleaned with a water-free chemical solvent. The clothes are gently agitated in the solution which causes soils to loosen. The solvent is then drained, filtered, and recycled and the clothes are “rinsed” in a fresh solvent solution to flush away any last remains of soil.
  1. Post Spotting: The dry cleaning process works very well in removing oil-based stains thanks to the chemical solvent. However, other types of stains are not always removed effectively. So, all garments are post spotted to look for remaining stains. The stains are treated with steam, water, or even a vacuum to remove any remaining traces.
  2. Finishing: The final step includes getting the garment ready to wear. This includes steaming or pressing out wrinkles, reattaching buttons, or making repairs. Items are then hung or folded to return to the customer. The plastic bags provided are only there to help you get your clothes home without more stains. It’s important to take them off right away or risk damage to your clothes from trapped moisture.

History of Commercial Dry Cleaning Chemicals

Dry cleaning has been around since Roman times when ammonia was used to clean woolen togas to prevent any shrinking that happens when wool is exposed to hot water. Next, cleaners moved to petroleum-based solvents like gasoline and kerosene which proved to be highly flammable and dangerous to use.

By the 1930s cleaners began using perchloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene, a chlorinated solvent. They are highly effective cleaners and are still used by many commercial cleaners today. Both have a distinctive chemical odor. Perchloroethylene is referred to as perc and is classified as carcinogenic to humans. In the 1990s the United States Environmental Protection Agency began to regulate dry cleaning chemicals and encourage commercial cleaners to use safer, more environmentally friendly solvents.



30 Days of Summertime chic Outfits: June Edition


Stay beach-ready in the softest linen pants that billow in the breeze wherever your feet happen to hit the sand this summer. Pair soft shorts and a breathable cotton tunic to wear over your two-piece, and go from the surfside to lunch on the boardwalk with a carry-all, oversized bag in tow.


Bold tropical prints that say #MyLifeIsAVacation are making a statement this summer. Bring the tropics to work for a boost of creative inspiration when you pair a pencil skirt with spice-colored leather sandals and a simple, textured clutch. On weekends, opt for cropped jumpsuits and rompers with your espadrilles for a look that says “always down for brunch.”


‘Tis the season to take your pick of dresses that flutter & rompers that flatter. Manage the on-the-go demands of longer, warmer days, while preserving a cool and carefree summer mood by choosing pieces in prints, big and small. Tame a bright, bold print dress or romper with darker grounding accessories, like a basic black clutch and flat leather sandals. Play up smaller prints by picking out one statement color from your maxi dress to match your sun hat, tote bag or chunky necklace.


Distressed sun-bleached denim with boho finishings at the hem can be dressed up with sandals bejeweled with beads or metallic studs for an elevated boho chic look. Capris and cropped denim in fun colors like aqua, pale yellow or coral paired with a light-weight natural-colored tunic or bright sleeveless blouse is an easy way to refresh and wear your denim as the weather heats up.

Stay cool all season longAsk your Stylist for pieces that are just right for sunny days in your next Fix.

How do you pack clothes for winter storage? How to Store Winter Clothes


Space, especially closet space, is a premium. Many people simply don’t have the room to keep their entire wardrobe in their closets and dressers year round. Storing your winter wardrobe in bins and garment bags frees up space for your spring and summer apparel and accessories. It provides you the opportunity to wash, fix, recycle, and organize your cold weather clothing.

Cleaning, Repairing and Recycling Your Winter Wardrobe

  1.Machine wash or dry clean all of your winter items.

 When stored for long periods of time, dirty clothing attracts pests and can also

 produce unwanted odors, mold, or mildew. Unclean items that contain perfumes,

 lotions, oils perspiration can also cause the fabric to stain and yellow.

 Before you pack up your winter wardrobe for several months, you should properly

 launder each article of clothing.

Machine wash all of your non-delicate winter items.

Dry clean any winter items made from natural materials, like silk, wool, and cashmere. Do not store these items in a plastic garment bag.

  1. Wipe down and polish your shoes.

Winter shoes come into contact with harsh salts and dirt. Prior to storing these items,     thoroughly clean each pair. Remove built-up salt and grime with a cotton cloth or shoe brush. Don’t forget to polish and condition your leather boots.

 If your winter shoes are badly stained, consider having them professionally cleaned.

To prolong the life of your winter shoes, clean them frequently throughout the winter too

  1. Send out items for repair.

 As you wash, dry clean, and clean your winter items, set aside any pieces that appear damaged or broken. This might include coats with missing buttons, clothing with minor rips or stains, and/or shoes in need of new soles. Bring the items you are interested in fixing to a reputable seamstress or shoe repair professionals.

If you don’t have an interest in fixing the item, find a way to recycle it.

  1. Donate items you will no longer wear.

While you sort through your clean winter apparel and accessories, set pieces aside to donate. These items may include garments that no longer fit you and/or items you didn’t wear at all last season. There are several ways to recycle these items.