Grand Opening: New Organic and Green Dry Cleaner in North End Waterfront

Quinn Nguyen at Green Organic Cleaners

Edward L. Amaral, Jr and his wife, Quinn Nguyen, both residents of the North End Waterfront, created a new green and organic wet cleaner, which is similar to a dry cleaner, except they use non-toxic chemicals that are eco-friendly, leave a fresh clean scent, and is kind to sensitive skin. Quinn’s family has had a very successful wet cleaning facility in Medford, MA since 1994.

After helping to lead the fight to “Save the North End Waterfront” from developers, Amaral wanted to start a business that is beneficial to the residents here while at the same time, practice what he preached when he and his fellow committee members stopped developers from building behind Lewis Wharf thereby preserving the environment and keeping our Waterfront visible and free from obstruction and unsafe and unwanted traffic.

They use no plastic bags. Customers can receive free pick-up and delivery by downloading their app by texting “GreenO” to 555-888 or by calling them at (857) 305-3935. When your clothing is ready and cleaned, they give each customer a free eco-friendly laundry bag with a convenient carry strap which will be re-used by the customer. Each customer will be notified by text when their clothes have been picked-up and when they have been delivered… based on the delivery window that the customer chooses.

“Say goodbye to toxic chemicals and plastic bags which both harm our environment,” says Amaral and Quinn. “The turtles will love you and you will love the clean, fresh smell of your clothing.” Stop by and see what they are all about by visiting them at Green Organic Dry Cleaner, 236 Commercial Street in Boston, next to Billy Tse or visit their website at

2 Replies to “Grand Opening: New Organic and Green Dry Cleaner in North End Waterfront

  1. Finally, clothes that do not smell fowl !!!! I wish you all the Best of Luck in the world !!!

    Thank You for choosing the North End for your first of many venues that you open !

  2. Thank god we preserved that decrepit wooden pier (if that’s what you want to call it). Who would want a beautiful hotel when you have a wooden dump where homeless people sleep.

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