Wash Pants.
Save The World.

  • 17,189 trees planted through WeForest.org, that’s nearly 50 football fields of reforestation!

  • 354,396 pounds of CO2 saved through our use of wind energy, helping New York reach its goal of 50% renewable energy by 2030.

  • Zero toxic chemicals. Zero, zip, zilch, nada.

 
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At The Eco Laundry Company, we take a fresh and innovative approach to two of life’s daily chores: washing and dry cleaning. We are a sustainable, environmentally-conscious business, with a mission to keep clothes clean while not forgetting about your health, and that of our planet. Our locations are clean energy-powered, and our high-efficiency washers save a significant amount of water and electricity. We use only non-toxic, biodegradable, phosphate-free detergents, making our wash and fold entirely safe for you and the earth. Our dry cleaning process forgoes the standard commercial toxic solvents, making it the healthiest, safest way to care for your dry-clean-only items.

The Eco Laundry Company’s causes and practices range from environmental to social; from our tree planting program, to inclusion and equality in the workplace, our business is built on progress. We look to align ourselves with forward-thinking, minority, and women-owned businesses and organizations, and proudly support community causes, as well as assistance programs such as The Laundry Truck in Denver, a mobile unit that provides laundry access and connections to social services for those experiencing homelessness or extreme poverty. 

Since we opened in 2012, our following has grown to include a community of both residential and corporate customers who embrace our concept and philosophy. Our clients range from wellness-oriented businesses, to art galleries and fashion houses. We are also proud to join forces and collaborate with likeminded brands, including our friends at G-Star RAW (For The Oceans) and UrbanEars.

Join the movement, drop by and say hello! 

Chief Pantswashers, Phillipe Christodoulou & Jean Calleja

Chief Pantswashers, Phillipe Christodoulou & Jean Calleja