a professional, commercial establishment located in South Carolina for the purpose of cleaning clothing and other fabrics utilizing a process that involves the use of dry-cleaning solvent. In the case of a retail establishment, the establishment is one that operates (or has operated), in whole or in part, for the purpose of cleaning clothing and other fabrics for members of the public, other dry-cleaning facilities, and dry drop-off facilities.
Individuals who own a dry cleaning facility and perform the actual cleaning at that location are required to join the Dry Cleaning Restoration Fund and obtain a certificate of registration from the SCDOR. This certificate must be presented to vendors when purchasing the cleaning solvent used in the dry cleaning process. To register for this certificate, visit
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A wholesale establishment:
an establishment that operates (or has operated), in whole or in part, for the purpose of cleaning clothing and other fabrics for other dry-cleaning facilities or dry drop-off facilities. "Dry-cleaning facility" includes laundry facilities that are using or have used dry-cleaning solvent as part of their cleaning process but does not include textile mills, uniform rental and linen supply facilities, or dry-cleaning facilities owned or operated by a local, state, or federal government.
How to File
Dry cleaning facilities are required to file and pay electronically. File online using MyDORWAY >
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