Celebrate Earth Day with Sussex Chem-Dry!
MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2019
Join us to celebrate the 49th Annual Earth Day!
Every April 22nd since 1970, people have gathered around the world to celebrate Earth Day. Since that first event, organized by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day has been a time to bring awareness to environmental issues, advocate for environmental regulations and educate people about the importance of protecting our most precious natural resources.
Sussex Chem-Dry is committed to taking care of our customers and our planet by offering superior solutions and services that keep your home clean, safe and healthy. Using a safe and non-toxic green-certified cleaning solution, we deliver a deeper, longer lasting clean that leaves you with peace of mind. Our carpet and upholstery cleaning process provides a healthier environment for your family, while using far less water than traditional methods like steam cleaning.
The commitment to protect the environment and provide clean, safe and healthy homes for our customers is something we take seriously.
Our patented core cleaning solution, The Natural®, is 100% non-toxic and made of natural ingredients. Sussex Chem-Dry uses the best of Mother Nature's ingredients and the power of carbonation to clean carpets safely and thoroughly...without soaps, detergents or other harsh chemicals and without leaving behind dirt-attracting residues.
Because our process and cleaning solution are so effective, we use far less water than traditional methods - as much as 80% less water than typical steam cleaning - helping to conserve one of our most precious resources every day. Sussex Chem-Dry’s process saves approximately 20 gallons of water per cleaning across the 11,000 cleanings we do each day worldwide. That comes out to an estimated:
A Healthy Home and Sustainable Environment
Promoting a healthy household and a sustainable environment is at the forefront of everything we do at Sussex Chem-Dry – from our unique low-moisture cleaning process to our green-certified solutions.
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