Calif. Dry Cleaners Go Green

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A new California law is forcing dry cleaners to revamp the way they clean clothes. The law phases out a toxic chemicals commonly used at dry cleaning facilities. But how do you convince all those small business owners to switch to a more environmental alternative?

KQED's Amy Standen reports.



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