Written by David A. O’Neill, J.D., Director of Investigations, Enviroforensics and PolicyFind
Published in CleanFacts Issue 2 2008
Successful dry cleaners keep a clean shop. Yet in recent years, the tidiest of dry cleaners are discovering that their inclination toward older and cleanliness is having a negative impact on their ability to stay in business. Shedding and discarding old business records has long been the way to keep storage areas manageable and office areas functional. However, dry cleaners are finding that certain of the old business records they destroyed are the very documents they now need to keep their doors open.