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Michigan Dry Cleaning Program

dry cleaned clothing hanging on a conveyor belt
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Michigan Dry Cleaning Program


Jeremy Howe, Air Quality Division

Clean Air Assistance Program

Pollution Emergency Alerting System (PEAS) for Around-the-Clock Assistance:

The Dry Cleaning Program licenses, inspects and regulates Type I, II, III, or IV establishments annually to protect workers, the general public and the environment from overexposure to dry cleaning solvents. Approval from the Dry Cleaning Program must be obtained prior to constructing or opening a new dry cleaning establishment, installation of new equipment, or modifications at an existing establishment.

MiEnviro Portal

The Dry Cleaning Program has moved to MiEnviro Portal from the Michigan Environmental Results Program (MERP). Using MiEnviro you can:

  • Pay your license fee.
  • Pay your Category F air fee.
  • Permit a new dry cleaning machine.
  • Submit any records.

Go to  MiEnviro Portal to create an account today!