San Diego’s largest commercial dry cleaners, San Diego Valet Services, goes Green
May 19, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsSan Diego Valet Service, the largest commercial dry cleaners serving San Diego county’s top resorts and hotels, announced its full conversion to green dry cleaning machinery today. Felipe Leff, San Diego Valet Services owner and Chief Executive Officer, notes the transition was a must in order to continue to serve tourists and maintain San Diego Valet Service’s position as the leader in commercial dry cleaning service.
“We recognize the sophistication and sensitivity our hotels and resorts have towards the environment as their guests grow increasingly aware of green practices,” Leff comments. “At San Diego Valet Service, we feel it is our duty and honor to protect an ever fragile environment and showcase our initiative in the hopes other dry cleaners will follow.”
San Diego Valet Services invested over a quarter of a million dollars into the new green machinery, which will be certified as green technology and be subject to approval of the California Air Resources Board (CARB). CARB is the lead environmental regulatory agency overseeing the transition by dry cleaners in California to alternative solvents.
Leff adds that due to the investment expenditure and integration of the new process, San Diego Valet needed several months to convert to the green process.
About San Diego Valet Service
Providing award winning customer service, San Diego Valet Services has served the dry cleaning needs of the hotel and resort industry of San Diego County for over 20 years. With 48 state of the art machines, a team of 70 professional tailors, courteous drivers, detail oriented billers, and round the clock operations, San Diego Valet Services is the largest commercial dry cleaning company in the Southern California region. Felipe and Susie Leff, partners and owners of San Diego Valet Services, continue to support the community with contributions to organizations such as Hearts and Hands, the Red Cross, America’s Harvest, and a number of Jewish non-profits.
To learn more about San Diego Valet Service, visit: www.sdvalet.com