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Dry cleaning registration fee
Paid annually by owners/operators of dry cleaning facilities as according to the full-time equivalence rate. For this purpose, a dry cleaning facility means any facility located in Minnesota which is engaged in commercial cleaning of apparel and household fabrics for the general public, using one or more dry cleaning solvents as a cleaning agent.
For more information, See Dry Cleaning Registration Fee
The total hours worked by employees, owners, partners, and any others at the facility divided by 2,000 (the number of work hours during a year for a full-time employee). This pertains to a 12-month period beginning July 1st of the preceding year and running through June 30th of the year in which the annual registration fee is due.
Dry cleaning solvent fee
Suppliers of particular dry cleaning solvents collect and remit a fee based upon the volume of products sold.
Dry cleaning solvent use fee
If a fee is not collected by a supplier for the sale of a particular dry cleaning solvent, the dry cleaning facility is responsible to remit this payment.