The Federal Trade Commission on Textile, Wool, Fur and Apparel Matters. Visit their site for information on fabrics, manufacturers, garment textile labeling and numerous other subjects.
NCA, the National Cleaners Association, headquartered in New York
City, the nations fashion capital. NCA is everyone's source for
expert information on fashion and fabric care.
To get all the information you need on the Oregon Dry Cleaner Program, check it out on the DEQ site. A wealth of information with email contacts to get the information you need! http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/cu/drycleaner/index.htm
Since 1989, Handicapped Sales Workshop (HSW) has been providing custom imprinted promotional products to businesses across the United States. HSW is not a charity. HSW has a work-training program where physically and learning disabled men and women, learn real job skills and earn a living. All printing is done in-house by fully trained employees. Your purchase dollars provide employment opportunitites for those who need and want to work. http://www.hsw.net
National Clothesline provides news and information needed by garment care professionals to be successful in a rapidly changing industry. Nearly 30,000 cleaners and their suppliers throughout the United States and around the world receive it monthly by mail - and now each current issue along with recent issues are available conveniently and quickly on the Web. http://www.natclo.com
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Institute (DLI) has been the premier international trade association for garmet care professionals since 1883. Alone, DLI is the world's leading professional garmet care organization. DLI's balanced representation of cleaning entities, both large and small, makes it the industry voice.