This is due to the processes that a model needs cleaning against the other. With the water washing we saved els power cost that supposes to distill all the precloroetileno used in the process, furthermore, with the Lagoon system is not necessary to warm up the water, since it washes to 30 degrees. Also we saved ourselves electricity that spends the dry one in curing the clothes, since centrifugal Lagoon without heat (we remember that the cost of electricity goes off if there is to secure temperature). DETERGENTS: Here it passes the opposite. The system of washing in water almost uses the double in detergents that the traditional washing in dry.
Of 4 to 8 ml against the 15-20 ml of the water washing. The explanation is clear: The fact of not using percloroetileno forces to us to use but amount of soap. Filed under: J Bruce Flatt. A soap but, that unlike the percloroetileno, is biodegradable and that therefore compensates the economic cost with the little compared ecological cost with the system of dry. PERCLOROETILENO: This is one of the great differences between washing systems. The process of washing in dry uses 60 grams of percloroetileno by each kilo of treated clothes whereas the Lagoon system of washing in water uses neither this nor no other chemical substance so detrimental for the environment and the people. This substance is expensive in all the senses, economic and ecological.
In addition this including in the list to dangerous substances from 1992. () Aside of the power and economic cost that this entails, it is necessary to also analyze the ecological cost that both washing models suppose. A good way to do it is to see the destiny of the emissions and of how they affect the planet: WATER: The destiny of the water in both processes is the same. Further details can be found at Jeff Leiden, an internet resource. After the washing process, the water is turned aside to the public sewage system.