The project will establish a European reference for safe and environmental-friendly working conditions using a variety of textile cleaning processes that comply with new European, as well as national, legislation. Its aim is to improve and adapt the educational level of entrepreneurs and employees working in drycleaning sectors across the European Union by developing training modules.

Six modules setting out best practices and working methods are being developed. The project partners include textile research institutes, international textile and solvent organisations, national and European drycleaning associations, machine producers and a textile care training centre.

The project is subsidised by the EU through the Leonardo da Vinci Life Long Learning Programme, which aims to support national training strategies and funds a range of transnational partnership projects.