Speak to the owner of your local dry cleaner. When I owned some Launderettes
with coin op dry cleaning machines, they had been converted to
Perchloroethene to comply with modern regs, but there was still a tank of
trichloroethane in one of the garages as no one knew how to dispose of it.
Incidentally the dains smelled of it seven years later, and no I didn't tip
it down there, aomeone else obviously had in previous years prior to my
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