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Tuam business shows that a ‘dry clean’ can now be green

Wednesday, 8th May, 2019 9:39am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Tuam business shows that a ‘dry clean’ can now be green

Kevin Farrell of Farrell Dry Cleaners in Tuam. Photo: Ray Ryan

Tuam business shows that a ‘dry clean’ can now be green

Kevin Farrell of Farrell Dry Cleaners in Tuam. Photo: Ray Ryan

A TUAM businessman has hosted a gathering of international experts in laundry to showcase an alternative method to the traditional solvent approach to dry cleaning that is transforming the industry.
Kevin Farrell, whose family have been in the dry cleaning trade for over 50 years, has, in recent years, turned away from the long established chemical cleaning method in favour of a more environmentally-friendly approach.

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