Good for Business, Good for the Earth

Want to get your clothes cleaned without having them soaked in a solvent that is likely a human carcinogen (according to the National Academy of Sciences)? Skip the toxic dry cleaning and check out Green Cleaners & Alteration Center (9555 S. Eastern Ave., greencleanerslv.com). Drop your duds here for some nontoxic dry cleaning that leaves clothes smelling fresh, and is far less harmful for the environment and customers than normal dry cleaning.

Cut down on your carbon emissions and pedal instead of drive. Ebike Market Place (6585 Arville St., ebikemarketplace.com) saves your bikes from getting tossed when the battery dies by swapping out old lithium batteries, properly disposing of the waste and installing a new battery. Don’t have an ebike? Give yourself the gift of an ebike transformation. The company can install a motor and new lithium battery to get you moving faster, and pollutant-free.

Get gorgeous … without the chemicals. At Detox Salon (500 E. Windmill Lane, detoxsalon.com), they’ve got the earth-friendly stuff down. Not only is it a clean-air salon with energy-efficient appliances and indoor greenery to make that filtered air even purer, it also delivers a chemical-free environment. That’s right—products here are organic and toxin-free. From hair color to shampoo to keratin treatments, they’re all kind to the environment and to you.

Clean up without the chemicals. Woman-owned and operated V & S Maintenance (vsmaintenance.com) is an entirely green eco-conscious cleaning service that focuses on health and sustainability. Natural cleaning specialists use chemical-free, pollutant-free products, meaning no toxic supplies or caustic fumes, resulting in improved air in the home and allergy relief thanks to some serious deep cleaning that’s environmentally friendly. –Diana Edelman

From its recycling practices and eco-friendly products to its Organic Botox facial, Aminah’s Organic Skin Spa (6600 W. Charleston Blvd. Suite 126, aminahsorganicskinspa.com) is committed to being green. Known best for its Hungarian facials, all treatments use Eminence skin care products. Made from a farm that is wind- and solar-powered, the sulfate-, paraben- and herbicide-free line uses eco-conscious packaging and has partnered with Forests for the Future, which means for every product bought, the company plants a tree. Aminah’s is also endorsed by Certified Green Partners thanks to its sustainable efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. –Jessi C. Acuña

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